El Bulli Collection
Born in Lucern in 1973 and trained as an industrial designer in Barcelona, Luki Huber has collaborated regularly with the creative team of El Bulli restaurant since 2002, developing utensils that permit the preparation and tasting of the innovative culinary proposals of Ferran Adrià. Some of these innovative pieces that were exclusively made for the El Bulli restaurant are now available to the public as part of the FACES Ferran Adrià El Bulli collection.
XAVIER CLARAMUNT AND MIQUEL DE MAS
Xavier Claramunt started his career in aeronautical engineering, but then switched to architecture. He founded a jewelry design company and one of his pieces was picked by Tiffany & Co. He has been involved in various projects, including the construction of a major shopping center in Beijing, China.
Miquel de Mas started in interior design but then moved to industrial design. He has been nominated for a number of architectural awards. He founded a company together with Xavier Claramunt: ClaramuntDeMas Industrial.
MARTIN RUIZ DE AZÚA AND GERARD MOLINÉ
Trays and Bowls
Martin Azúa and Gerard Moliné share experimental and conceptual design work that has been exhibited in major cities such as Paris, London, Berlin, and MoMA in New York, and published by major publications. They currently collaborate with major companies designing furniture, accessories, and jewelry based on an idea of simplicity that is far from being reductionist, it loads the objects with ingenuity and sensoriality.
EGGS Bowls and Kitchen Tools
Multi-disciplinary designer, winner of the National Award for Design 2003. Very versatile for his artistic facet and his inspiration in primitive cultures. Some of his designs include lightings for Santa & Cole, Metalarte and BD, sofas for Temas V, perfume bottles for Mandarina Duck, Angel Schlesser and Loewe, and bathroom furnishings for ArtQuitect. He designed the interior for restaurants Mos and Oven, and Cacao Sampaka store in Barcelona, Spain.
Julia was born in Barcelona in 1981. She moved to London to do a BA in Design at Goldsmiths College, where she graduated in 2005. Julia is currently doing the Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Arts at Chelsea University of the Arts in London.