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Patterns at WantedDesign 2014, between tradition and technology.

Patterns at WantedDesign 2014, between tradition and technology.

Colors and materials from all around the globe brought a wide variety of patterns at Wanted Design 2014. More


Design in Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rican designer Marxz Rosado presented a hypnotic floor system, “Giraffe.” The modular design is based on rhomboid shapes made by blue mahoe, a typical rich in color wood from Puerto Rico.

Mexico Territorio Creativo

Bright colors like purple, orange, and yellow characterized the Mexican space of Mexico Territorio Creativo. Déjate Querer are the carpets designed by Ana Paula Alatriste and Rocíos Cortés. The textiles are made of strips of wool felt, which can be assembled and disassembled in order to customize the patterns and the design.


Seattle Design Bureau

Seattle Design Bureau presented Coaster Tray, made by nine reversible pieces of maple wood. The customer can personalize the tray placing the rhomboid shapes into the wood structure, and choosing colors and finishing. These modules vary from light pink to gold.

At WantedDesign 2014 prevailed modular patterns and geometric shapes, which strongly carried cultural and traditional characteristics of the designers’ heritage.