Gerard Puxhe, Wins 1st Prize at International Contemporary Art Contest

Gerard Puxhe, Wins 1st Prize at International Contemporary Art Contest

Gerard Puxhe, Wins 1st Prize at International Contemporary Art Contest

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October 5, 2022In Press

Gerard Puxhe wins 1st Prize at International Contemporary Art Contest by ITSLIQUID.

The contest is born to promote contemporary art, photography, architecture, design, and fashion through all ITSLIQUID Platform sharing tools.

The competition, with a free theme, was divided into ten categories: painting, photography, video art, sculpture, and installation, performing art, architecture, product design, fashion design, illustration and drawing, computer graphics.

The international Jury of ITSLIQUID International Contest, composed of prestigious personalities of the contemporary art, architecture, design, and fashion scenes, has selected 4 winners and 6 honourable mentions, among the hundreds of submissions, following the criteria of quality of the works, originality, and uniqueness.

Gerard Puxhe wins 1st prize of the Itlsliquid 12th edition International Contemporary Art Contest. Itsliquid’s jury recognised his work with such distinction among 25.000 artists from all over the world. 2 years ago, he was also one of the top 5 winners of the 10th edition, what gave him the chance to exhibit in Venice. In this occasion he’ll be exhibiting in London, Venice and Rome during 2023.

The artwork Gerard has been awarded with is Mesh, one of his parametrically designed series that explores the beauty of volume breakdown and fluidity of movement, giving as a result several ultra-complex but a fragile piece.

“These artworks have an architectural approach as they integrate with the space in a natural manner, providing deepness, differentiation and a unique personality to any interior, as it becomes and extension of the space without interfering with the rest of elements”

If you are in love with Mesh wallpaper, click here to find out more.

Read the press release by KLC.


Gerard Puxhe interview Boutique Magazine

Gerard Puxhe: Interview Boutique Magazine Dubai

Gerard Puxhe interview Boutique Magazine

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June 4, 2021In Press

Gerard Puxhe: Interview Boutique Magazine Dubai.

The Boutique Magazine, based in Dubai, interviews Gerard Puxhe about his career as an international designer and his latest work.

Gerard Puxhe has built a respectable brand reimagining every aspect of modern interiors as avant-garde art. From treating wallpapers as his canvas to installing commissioned murals in prestigious locations, Puxhe has established himself as not just a forward-thinking artist but also as a successful entrepreneur in the interior arts space. Today he sits with Boutique Magazine for an exclusive interview covering his inspiration, style, and practice.

During the interview he talks about his personal life, his career, his routines as a designer, his collections and his next projects.

An interview where Gerard Puxhe shows his most personal facet about what being a designer means to him and how he lives it on a daily basis.

Gerard Puxhe currently runs his personal studio-brand, where he designs and produces big format parametrical artwork. Procedural software allows him to experiment with complex geometries to explore form fluidity, fineness, movement and disruption of the conventional.

Read the full Gerard Puxhe interview by Boutique Magazine here.

If you are in love with his wallpapers, click here to find out more.


Flow wallpaper

Wallpaper Flow appears in the editorial of Koax Magazine

Flow wallpaper
Photo by Guillermo Junquera for Koax Magazine

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January 28, 2021In Press

Robots and computing systems are influencing the future design field in many ways, from architecture, furniture and home accessories to fashion.

Automation, complex data management, production, customization, aesthetics… All of this is having an impact in our lives and some brands and designers are working under these parameters.

Koax Magazine has published an editorial about this exciting subject and the photographer Guillermo Junquera has captured perfectly the essence of the concept. Wallpaper Flow, designed by Gerard Puxhe, has been chosen as part of this attached photo by the magazine to show a futuristic environment.

In this set, stools designed by Ross Lovegrove for Nagami and the outfit by Yvan Andreu are also included.

“Science fiction and our technological imaginary try to invent a future that show us different alternatives to our lifestyle. We have the ability to imagine and create the world we want to live in. Who knew that technology would develop so fast in such a short space of time. In all these changes, fashion has never been left behind.

We have incorporated the machine, the robot in our day to day, from coffee in the morning to the digital platform at night. Science and technology are not only applied in the most textile part, but it inspires many designers to consider the utility and design of the garment in the coming decades, or perhaps centuries.” Koax Magazine

Future is here and we are ready to work with him. Koax’s editorial wanted to reflect through this editorial how the robot has acquired a role in our lifestyle. The place chosen for this occasion has been the Nagami factory, where furniture and design items are produced with recycled plastics using 3D printing robots, such as the robotic arms that you can see in the pictures.

They have had the designer Yvan Andreu who has offered them his designs to shine in this shooting. From the hand of the photographer Guillermo Junquera, who worked with a different atmosphere.

If you are in love with Flow wallpaper, click here to find out more.

Watch here the photo shoot.

Read the editorial


Shop window display during London Design Festival

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November 13, 2020In Events & Awards

London Design Festival celebrates and promotes London as the design capital of the world, and in this last edition Gerard Puxhe has exibited in a shop window display during the London Design Festival.

The Festival has run from 12-20 September 2020. First launched in 2003 by Co-Founders Sir John Sorrell CBE and Ben Evans CBE, the Festival aims to celebrate and promote London as the design capital of the world – this vision has never changed, and this year it feelt more important than ever. Taking place in a year unlike any other, London Design Festival showcased and gave a voice to London’s creative talent.

The 2020 programme featured large-scale site-specific outdoor commissions from Studio Weave and Marlene Huissoud; four Design Districts from Brompton, Kings Cross, Mayfair and Shoreditch; two new Design Routes in Walthamstow and Peckham; and exciting Partner installations, projects, product launches and exhibitions throughout the city.

This year, London Design Festival wanted to put the spotlight on the brilliance of London’s design scene at a time when it needs to be promoted more than ever. They recognised that freelancers in particular have been impacted by the pandemic, and the Festival wanted to support this community by providing a voice to new talent and freelancers. As such, for 2020 they have created a freelancer portal where freelancers and independent designers, including Gerard Puxhe, could share design content and their portfolios with the Festival audience.

During this week, Gerard Puxhe exhibited part of his brand new collection in collaboration with Lone Design Club in a shop window located at South Molton St. (close to Oxford St).  The display included Flow wallpaper and Dawn collection in purple (rug & cushions).

The colletion evokes the fast pace of a city life thanks to the different overlapped asymetrical geometries, and the colour palette shows the vibrating contrast of a metropolis. All this mix produces a powerful visual impact. It’s the result from research and experimentation towards a new urban and sporty interior style.

This exhibition has been an interactive experience that bridged the gap between the physical and digital, by allowing to users shopping the item just scanning the QR code. In partnership with LDC they have presented a new immersive shopping experience that is blurring the lines between consumers online and in‐store purchasing experiences.

Source: londondesignfestival.com


Covent Garden´s corner at LFW

London Fashion Week Covent Garden's display

Covent Garden´s corner at LFW

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November 2, 2020In Events & Awards

This year, Gerard Puxhe has created a Covent Garden´s corner at LFW. A display at LDC store in Covent Garden, during the London Fashion Week September 2020.

LFW has taken place from 17-22nd September 2020. This season, the schedule has been split into three sections and included brands showing digitally, physically or both. London Fashion Week has been radically different this season.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, real-life catwalk shows have been traded for online live-streamed ones, with just a handful of designers staging socially-distanced small shows and appointments that members of the fashion industry can attend.

But a new situation can bring new opportunities, such as the furniture collaboration that Gerard has created for the temporary Lone Design Club’s unit in Covent Garden.

LDC has exhibited Gerard’s latest work and roll out this incredible corner as part of the London Fashion Month store. The one-of-a-kind display including the wallpaper Flow and Dawn collection (rug and cushions). Flow is an architetural wall mural that can be adapted to any room and can even cover it in full without repeating the pattern. His latest wallpaper model Twist, has waves on it which frequencies are modified to give a unique pattern for each customer. The same way there’s not two pieces of marble that are the same, they have different veins on it. It’s like having a unique piece of art at home.

His Covent Garden´s corner at LFW includes items from Dawn collection, the rug Dawn A1 in green and matching cushions that are made out of a new high quality and stretchy tech fabric. Gerard comments “This has been very exciting as I love LDC’s concept. The space evokes creativity, openness, and of course, it’s so cosmopolitan. Like my brand. I believe people will enjoy chilling out there and will be inspired by the vibe.”

Lone Design Club was founded in May 2018 as the result of emerging international fashion + lifestyle brands uniting with like-minded businesses in rising up, taking control and shaping the future of retail. It started by creating short term concept stores appearing for 1-2 weeks at a time, first around London and then internationally, where designers are in-store telling you first-hand accounts of how the product was designed and made.

Source: londonfashionweek.co.uk


Gerard Puxhe Designboom Shop

Dcode at Designboom Shop

Gerard Puxhe Designboom Shop

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February 4, 2020In Press

Gerard’s Puxhe new wallpaper collection, Dcode, is now available at Designboom shop.

The online shop belongs to the international magazine Designboom. Founded in Milan in 1999, Designboom is the world’s first and most popular digital architecture and design magazine.

Dcode, is a brand new wallpaper collection that evokes the fast moving energy of an urban lifestyle in the city. The designs are made of harmonious geometrical asymmetries and powerful color palettes, to create unexpected cutting-edge compositions.

Wallpaper graphics evokes a decoding effect of a geometry by expanding several squares of counterbalanced striking gradient colours, creating movement and softness to the composition. Colour palettes are carefully selected to add intensity and visual interest as well as to create a unique piece for hedonists.

Dcode is digitally printed in a high performance wallpaper. The material is durable, easy to clean, flame retardant, scratch and impact resistant, safe, colourfast and lightfast. The collection includes three different models and all of them are available in 3 colours. The design can be customized to any wall dimensions.

Designboom aims to bring together professional and young creatives from a diverse range of backgrounds. By publishing the latest news and key issues in the fields of architecture, design, technology and art.

Designboom undertakes innovative cultural exhibition projects and brings together designers and design entrepreneurs from around the world. Inventing the pop-up phenomenon, since 2005, designboom’s readers have participated in our acclaimed temporary mart exhibitions inside international trade fairs in New York, Stockholm, Sydney, Tokyo, and Toronto.

You can find his collection on Designboom shop here.


KLC blog

Gerard Puxhe, launches new wallpaper collection: Dcode! - KLC

KLC blog

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January 23, 2020In Press

KLC  congratulates Senior Course Tutor, Gerard Puxhe, on the launch of his new wallpaper collection, Dcode.

Dcode is a new collection designed by Gerard Puxhe full of strong colours, and asymmetries that create unexpected compositions. All models are customized to any wall dimensions.

Gerard Puxhe creates disruptive designs for an urban casual tech lifestyle.

His latest work, Dcode, is a brand new wallpaper collection that evokes the fast moving energy of an urban lifestyle in the city. The designs are made of harmonious geometrical asymmetries and powerful color palettes, to create unexpected cutting-edge compositions.

Wallpaper graphics evokes a decoding effect of a geometry by expanding several squares of counterbalanced striking gradient colours, creating movement and softness to the composition. Colour palettes are carefully selected to add intensity and visual interest as well as to create a unique piece for hedonists.

Dcode is digitally printed in a high performance wallpaper. The material is durable, easy to clean, flame retardant, scratch and impact resistant, safe, colourfast and lightfast. The collection includes three different models and all of them are available in 3 colours. The design can be customized to any wall dimensions.

Gerard Puxhe said: “I aim to create distinctive designs and spaces that make people feel it’s part of their cosmopolitan lifestyle.”

The collection is available on Designboom Shop and on Gerard Puxhe’s website . It’s suitable for both residential and commercial projects. Wallpaper prices start from £165 per square metre and includes international free shipping.

Full article here.


Dcode 01 wallpaper by Gerard Puxhe

DCode, the new wallpaper collection

Dcode 01 wallpaper by Gerard Puxhe

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January 23, 2020In Press

Dcode is a new collection designed by Gerard Puxhe full of strong colours, and asymmetries that create unexpected compositions. All models are customized to any wall dimensions.

Gerard Puxhe creates disruptive designs for an urban casual tech lifestyle.

His latest work, Dcode, is a brand new wallpaper collection that evokes the fast moving energy of an urban lifestyle in the city. The designs are made of harmonious geometrical asymmetries and powerful color palettes, to create unexpected cutting-edge compositions.

Wallpaper graphics evokes a decoding effect of a geometry by expanding several squares of counterbalanced striking gradient colours, creating movement and softness to the composition. Colour palettes are carefully selected to add intensity and visual interest as well as to create a unique piece for hedonists.

Dcode is digitally printed in a high performance wallpaper. The material is durable, easy to clean, flame retardant, scratch and impact resistant, safe, colourfast and lightfast. The collection includes three different models and all of them are available in 3 colours. The design can be customized to any wall dimensions.

Gerard Puxhe said:

“I aim to create distinctive designs and spaces that make people feel it’s part of their cosmopolitan lifestyle.”

The collection is available on Designboom Shop and on Gerard Puxhe’s website . It’s suitable for both residential and commercial projects. Wallpaper prices start from £165 per square metre and includes international free shipping.


DawnADesignAward

European Product Design Award 2019

DawnADesignAward

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April 15, 2019In Events & Awards

Dawn A1 won an European Product Design Award 2019. The product got a silver in Home Interior Products/Textiles/Floor Coverings category.

Dawn A1 is part of the Dawn collection. It evokes the fast pace of a city life thanks to the different overlapped asymetrical geometries, and the colour palette shows the vibrating contrast of a metropolis. All this mix produces a powerful visual impact. It’s the result from a search and experimentation towards a new urban and sporty interior style.

It’s a technical knitted rug made of recycling plastic cords, which weaves have different directions according to the different colours. The yellow cords interlace with the rug creating dashed lines. It’s suitable for indoor and outdoor. The standard size is 240×170 cm.

The Product Design Award recognizes the efforts of talented designers and design teams who aim to improve our daily lives with a practical and beautiful creation, designed to solve a problem, make life easier or simply spread joy.

The European Product Design Award™ was created to recognize the efforts of talented international product designers who aim to improve our daily lives with their practical, well-thought-out creations. We reward the strategic thinking and imagination which goes into making a great product.
Farmani Group assembled European Product Design Award to bring attention to international product design and promote the winning designers to the prominent audience in Europe.

The Farmani Group, established in 1985, is the organizer of International Design Awards (IDA), Prix de la Photographie in Paris, London International Creative Awards, and the Annual Lucie Awards for Photography, which has emerged as one of the world’s most prestigious photography awards.

Full article about Dawn A1 design award here.


Topdesigns

Top 5 designs Dezeen x Samsung competition - Dezeen

Topdesigns

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November 15, 2018In Press

Dezeen announces the top 5 designs in the Dezeen x Samsung TV Ambient Mode Design Competition.

The Dezeen x Samsung Ambient Mode design competition has been whittled down to a shortlist of five, who have shared the thinking behind their designs with Dezeen.

Seeing off tough competition from a 15-entry longlist, the finalists have been announced as Gerard Puxhe with Architectural Extension,Alex Warr and Zach Walters with the entry TimeFrame, Swift Creatives with Kinetic Decor, Jianshi Wu and Yitan Sun with Bird Clock and Doisign with Sphere.

The shortlisted top 5 designs responded with the likes of a virtual architectural extension, a window to other parts of the world and a personal assistant that brings in data from the user’s life.

Others took a more decorative approach, creating a calming, interactive mobile and a clock that brings nature and joy into telling the time.

Gerard´s describes his design as one that aims to integrate the digital and the physical world in a believable way.

His design changes throughout the day or in response to the presence of people because of the LED lighting that changes as time passes, as well as the sky in the background. It also changes when the space light does. Thanks to the QLED TV movement sensors, the flower or the flame of a candle will move when a person passes by, for example. A person’s shadow can also appear in the niche if a person gets closer. There are many different possibilities.

 

Full article http://www.dezeen.com/2018/08/31/top-five-finalists-announced-dezeen-samsung-tv-ambient-mode-competition/


Video
Video

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October 15, 2018In Press

Watch the video filmed for Samsung in Berlin, where Jury members for Dezeen and Samsung’s Ambient Mode design competition explain why they awarded top prize. 

Gerard Puxhe created a design called Architectural Extension, which creates the illusion of an extension of the room the television is placed in, which the user can customise in different ways.

The winner was selected by a jury comprising designers Neville Brody and Erwan Bouroullec, Dontae Lee, head of the design centre at Samsung Electronics, and Dezeen’s editorial director Amy Frearson.

The €29,500 competition asked entrants to create a visual experience that displays when the TV is not in use. The shortlisted designers responded with the likes of a virtual architectural extension, a window to other parts of the world and a personal assistant that brings in data from the user’s life.

Samsung was looking for concepts to highlight how this new feature can echo the environment and blend into the aesthetic of people’s homes.The brand wanted entrants to have a particular lifestyle in mind when creating their design.

Judging took place at electronics trade show IFA in Berlin, which took place from 31 August to 5 September 2018, with the winner announced on 3 September 2018 on Dezeen.

Full article here: http://www.dezeen.com/2018/09/10/video-dezeen-samsung-ambient-mode-design-competition-qled-tv-winning-design-movie/

Topdesigns

Top 15 designs Dezeen x Samsung competition - Dezeen

Topdesigns

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October 4, 2018In Press

Dezeen reveals the top 15 designs on the longlist in the Dezeen x Samsung TV Ambient Mode Design Competition.

Fifteen designs were long listed in the graphic design competition, which asked entrants to create a visual experience that displays when the Samsung TV is not in use.

The top 15 designs are for the Ambient Mode feature on Samsung’s new QLED TVs. The feature makes the screen look almost transparent by mimicking the appearance of the wall behind the television, and adds additional imagery and information to enhance the home environment.

In his concept Gerard Puxhe offers an architectural illusion with this design, which creates a virtual niche that combines the wall pattern with decorative objects like vases and candles. Weather and time information can be coded into the design.

The winner will be picked in September by a jury made up of graphic designer Neville Brody, industrial designer Erwan Bouroullec, Samsung Electronics’ head of the design centre Dontae Lee and Dezeen’s editorial director Amy Frearson.

Judging will take place at electronics trade show IFA in Berlin from 31 August to 5 September 2018, with the winner announced on 3 September 2018 on Dezeen.

You can find more information about the competition here.

 

Full article http://www.dezeen.com/2018/08/20/top-15-designs-dezeen-samsung-tv-ambient-mode-competition/


Samsung´s competition - Samsung

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October 3, 2018In Press

Samsung talks about its Samsung´s competition in their website.

The division Samsung Electronics teamed up with the design and architectural magazine Dezeen in a competition to find the next graphic imagery for the QLED TV’s ‘Ambient Mode´, where Gerard Puxhe was finalist.

Open to designers and creatives worldwide, the judges invited shortlisted entrants to the final round of the competition at IFA, which Gerard assisted. The competition saw a myriad of entries from all over the globe, but only five were invited to IFA to showcase their designs in full, Gerard among theirs.

Gerard´s concept for this Samsung´s competition expands upon the design of a user’s existing furniture and interior aesthetic, taking on a ‘box’ shape that blends in with the room’s surroundings, while decorative elements subtly reflect live weather and time information. “With ‘Architectural Extension’, I aim to integrate the digital and the physical world in a believable way.”

The competition elicited a diverse and exciting range of creative responses to Ambient Mode. “The great thing about all the designs is the potential they all had to be completely customizable,” said one of the judges, the designer Neville Brody. “From the objects or animals involved to the background design, all had the potential to be as personal to users as possible.” Choosing a winner from the five dynamic shortlisted designs was no easy feat, but it was Swift Creatives’ design that “offered a level of detail you could get involved in, but at the same time stayed there as a very natural part of the environment,” explained Brody.

Full article http://news.samsung.com/global/5-chameleon-tv-screen-designs-to-transform-the-off-screen-into-a-lifestyle-interface


Dinning room Villa interior design Marbella

A´Design Award 2018

Dinning room Villa interior design Marbella

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May 5, 2018In Events & Awards

Marbella Residential interior was a Bronze Design Award winner in 2018 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.

The project requested a functional and neat space but also with a unique personality. The layout accomplishes the functional factor and lighting the visual impact. The living room has a big geometry drawing made by LED lighting, all over the walls and ceiling. These lights evoke a huge cage, inspirired on a city skyline. There is a balanced contrast between the white space colour and the vibrant furniture colour palette. Outdoor plants add colour to the space as well in order to create a better harmony.

The inspiration comes from the city lights and vibrant contrast of the streets. The client has a cosmopolitan and modern urban lifestyle. He travels all over the world and is passionate about asian style. There are many asian references in the design. The concept and final design conveys his lifestyle.

This is a cutting edge interior where light is the main actor. The living room has a big geometry drawing made by LED lighting, all over the walls and ceiling. The lights evoke a huge cage, inspirired on cities. There is a perfect balance of contrast, between the space white colour and the vibrant colour palette of the furniture. Outdoor plants add colour to the space creating a beautiful harmony. Functionality and clean space is a must for him.

This is an opened space where living and dinning room are together but have their own independent zones. The kitchen is also on the same floor. The property has two floors that are connected with a staircase, the upper one contains the bedrooms.

In a world where there are millions of products and designs launch each year, the award was born out of the desire to underline the best designs and well designed products. The award-winning products and designs are highlighted to the international public via the A’ Design Award Gala-Night and Exhibition in Italy and they are communicated to all relevant press across the world.

Full article about Marbella interior design award here


Yuu Rug design award

European Product Design Award 2017

Yuu Rug design award

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April 4, 2017In Events & Awards

Yuu rug won an European Product Design Award 2017. The rug got a bronze in Home Interior Products/Textiles/Floor Coverings category.

Yuu rug is the result from graphical experimentation in order to come up with a unique and different design. The graphic creates a powerful visual shadow effect on it, even more impressive when placed under a ceiling lamp, even if it´s turned off. The colour palette for all the different versions has been carefully selected to create a modern and harmonious. It evokes a poetic feeling that makes it a perfect contrast touch in any interior.

The rug is available in any size from 150cm diameter in the rounded version and from 1m width in its squared and rectangular versions.

Hand knotted made, wool pile and cotton warp.

The Product Design Award recognizes the efforts of talented designers and design teams who aim to improve our daily lives with a practical and beautiful creation, designed to solve a problem, make life easier or simply spread joy.

The European Product Design Award™ was created to recognize the efforts of talented international product designers who aim to improve our daily lives with their practical, well-thought-out creations. We reward the strategic thinking and imagination which goes into making a great product.
Farmani Group assembled European Product Design Award to bring attention to international product design and promote the winning designers to the prominent audience in Europe.

The Farmani Group, established in 1985, is the organizer of International Design Awards (IDA), Prix de la Photographie in Paris, London International Creative Awards, and the Annual Lucie Awards for Photography, which has emerged as one of the world’s most prestigious photography awards.

Full article about Yuu rug design award here


Infinite Line cushions

Infinite Lines cushions - Trend Hunter

Infinite Line cushions

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July 15, 2013In Press

Article about Gerard Puxhe´s Infinite Lines cushions collection on Trend Hunter.

The Infinite Line Cushions collection by Gerard Puxhe plays with perception thanks to their textile graphics that resemble optical illusion imagery. Inspired by urban city life, the Spanish designer launches a custom line of cushions that are sure to add an unexpected element to any interior space.

This collection combines linear strokes, geometric color washes and an eye‐catching palette of hues to create a vibrant mix of modern statement pillows. These home accessories are a great way to brighten up a minimalist interior by adding a graphic and colorful element to any simplistic room set‐up.

Staying true to the designer’s eye‐catching aesthetic, these Infinite Lines Cushions marry bold aesthetics along with a purposeful design concept that ensures endless comfort for its users.

In this collection where the infinite lines and degraded colors combine to create elegant and creative designs, turning into a perfect complement to decorate with Gerard’s unmistakable signature.

The cushions are a decisive element to give a different personality to any space, with them any corner can be the perfect place to relax.

‘I wanted to stop using the textile dynamic for decoration because they have often feminine and vintage designs. I created elegant and vivid pieces that adapt to any home with families or single people’

Read full article here >


UX29 yacht at Nauta 360 - El Mundo

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July 12, 2012In Press

The UX29 yacht ,designed by Gerard Puxhe, appears at the Spanish sailing and yachting digital edition of diario El Mundo, Nauta 360.

The article talks about the revolution that was within the luxury nautical sector the creation of eight-meter yachts.

Inside the UX29 you can find a cabin with two bunk beds and luxurious finishes. Despite its small size, the boat has plasma TV (exterior), LED lighting and surround sound. Like a minimegayate.

This 2012 project is another example of Gerard’s aesthetics based on the sports lines that are applied in other types of sectors.

In this case, it is the nautical sector that hosts this UX29 yacht inspired by the world of sports engines and the futuristic subtle touch of detail.

The user experience (UX) is the set of factors and elements related to the interaction of the user with a specific environment or device, resulting in a positive or negative perception of that element.

As a design, UX has been created to offer the best user experience to the most demanding shipowner both in navigation thanks to its V-shaped helmet that allows maximum speeds of up to 40 knots with great stability and in the enjoyment of the environment thanks to its cover that counts with a large aft sundeck, bow dinette, full kitchen, TV on deck, WIFI on board and a high performance sound system.

Its sports lines are accentuated thanks to the unique design in which both the day and night light shape the helmet, offering a sporty aesthetic like no other.

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