Taller Maya - Visión y Tradición

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Stone carving was one of the greatest artistic expressions of the ancients Mayans. Using representative Yucatan stones such as conchuela, ticul and Mayan cream; Taller Maya’s craft-masters elaborated this piece in collaboration with the designer Xavier Lorand. The Uxmal table and stool carries the wisdom and talent of Mayan culture and reflects its relevance in contemporary design. Local Design, Shop Design, Design Destinations, Yucatan, Stone Carving, Mayan, Elaborate, Contemporary Design, Stoneware
Uxmal Table & Stool
Stone carving was one of the greatest artistic expressions of the ancients Mayans. Using representative Yucatan stones such as conchuela, ticul and Mayan cream; Taller Maya’s craft-masters elaborated this piece in collaboration with the designer Xavier Lorand. The Uxmal table and stool carries the wisdom and talent of Mayan culture and reflects its relevance in contemporary design.
The cenote lamp collection are artisanal lightning pieces with a woven screen that symbolically allude to the cenote as a natural landmark. They are a reinterpretation of the artisanal technique used by Mayan artisans in the making of hammocks. The negative space of the weaving lets light through, so that it works as a lattice and it also mimics the movement of the water. The intricate pattern will exude the natural warmth of the cenote and its depth when the light is turned on. Rattan, Wicker, Hanging Lamp, Wabi Sabi, Ceiling Lamp, Lighting Design, Interior Styling, Floor Lamp
Cenote Lamp
The cenote lamp collection are artisanal lightning pieces with a woven screen that symbolically allude to the cenote as a natural landmark. They are a reinterpretation of the artisanal technique used by Mayan artisans in the making of hammocks. The negative space of the weaving lets light through, so that it works as a lattice and it also mimics the movement of the water. The intricate pattern will exude the natural warmth of the cenote and its depth when the light is turned on.
Decorative accesory made by Taller Maya artisans with sisal fibers that transport you to the Yucatan Peninsula. The Toh decorative bird is a take on the technique developed by mayan culture with a contemporary vision. Presented in the exposition Visión y Tradición. Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, Bird, Sisal, Projects, Culture, Contemporary, Design
Toh Decorative Bird
Decorative accesory made by Taller Maya artisans with sisal fibers that transport you to the Yucatan Peninsula. The Toh decorative bird is a take on the technique developed by mayan culture with a contemporary vision. Presented in the exposition Visión y Tradición.