'BRAVOS.' Groundbreaking Spanish Design

'BRAVOS.' Groundbreaking Spanish Design

BRAVOS is an innovative exhibition that presents an overview of the new Spanish design scene.

It comprises the works of twenty-one of the most talented and successful young Spanish designers, and represents the best product design work of the Spanish Design Boom.

Curator Juli Capella, Spanish design expert and architect, has carefully researched and selected the key designers participating. After an important design history with figures such as Gaudí, Dalí, and 20th century masters as important as Ricard, Milá, Tusquets, Mariscal, Juli Capella now gathers the best and latest talents to emerge in the field of product design in the 21st century.

Previously shown at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles and the American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center in Washington, BRAVOS will be on exhibition this August at the Design Exchange in Toronto before travelling to, Europe and Asia.

Featuring internationally renowned Jaime Hayon and Patricia Urquiola, experimental and cutting edge designers Nacho Carbonell and Curro Carlet, and well-established designers Martín Azua, Martí Guixé and Antoni Arola, amongst others.

The exhibition is dedicated to the people and not the objects for one obvious reason: design used to be an anonymous discipline in which the most vital element was the final product: today, the constant attention of the media has made the creator the centre of attention.

—Juli Capella

View BRAVOS catalog online.

  • Design
  • Toronto
  • Aug 9, 2012Aug 23, 2012


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Organized by the Embassy of Spain in Ottawa and the Design Exchange, Toronto.