Dipping Light


Dipping Light is an ongoing project that produces lamps following a peculiar methodology that allows to shade the light following unique patterns by colouring the light.




Lampp is a smart light that uses your phone screen as its light source. It comes with an app to let you choose the adequate atmosphere for each situation.


Delta Awards’14


We were commissioned to design the trophies for the prestigious Delta Awards 2014. During the ceremony of the Awards in Barcelona, the Delta sign that represents them got split between the winners.


The Delta Awards are organised by the ADI FAD. This project was possible thanks to the collaboration of Fundació Cim.

Giardinetto’s Green


The Lamp Dipper performs live to shade an opaline globe light. Each layer adds shading to the light to achieve the desired light intensity.


Giardinetto's Green Lamp, currently being available at our new shop.

Phi 60. Shelving system


Phi 60 is a set of special modular shelves that allow for irregular and consistently harmonious arrangements, thanks to a proportional measurement system and the easy fitting of its elements.




Was invited to participate at  Designeast 03. A design Festival held in Osaka, japan in September 2012. Visitors purchased the paper plans and the material to build the designs on the site ond only using hand tools.


With Okay Studio at Designeast 03. Osaka, Japan.

My Museum


My Museum is an Art Intstallation from artist Mireia c. Saladrigues. She commissioned the exhibishion design for her piece "my museum" at the Fundació Miró in Barcelona.


For artist Mireia c. Saladrigues for an exhibition at the Fundaciò Mirò in Barcelona

DesignMarketo in Barcelona


DesignMarketo invited us to design their retrospective exhibition at Otracosas de Villarrosas in Barcelona. Lars Frideen came from London 2 days before the show and we designed and built this supporting structure from only 200 pieces of timber and no previous drawings, straight into the making.


Project with Lars Frideen



NURBS is a series of experiments on seating made with Corian. We got to Gortan's factory in North Italy for a week and worked with a hands on approach to treating the material.


A collaborative project with Andrew Haythornthwaite and Shai Akram, Sponsored by Lago.

Buon Appetito


Buon Appetito is a hungry machine that transforms un-wanted paper into a ever growing comfortable cushion for people to seat, lean and relax. We ask the question, what if, instead of disguising our paper waste in neat bins, we actually experienced it as part of our every day scenery and environment?


Project in collaboration with Andrew Haythornthwaite. Tokyo Designers Week 2009

La Estirada


La Estirada is a collection of light experiments based on the idea of capturing the light while traveling through the space. A white fabric stretches between a spotlight and a ring capturing and diffusing the beam of light.


Okay Studio show at the London Design Festival 2009

Share Hat


Our social lives are defined by the people we know. “Share” celebrates our relationships by transforming the standard and personal form of a hat to accommodate several wearers at once.


Production in colaboration with bernstock speirs from London

Light Meets Chocolate


Light meets chocolate is temporary installation and live performance in which a tasty chocolate feast is unveiled and consumed by the public during the event.


Piece developed for the Okay Studio exhibition at The Aram Gallery in London, 2008

Dripping Light


Dripping Light is a lamp/installation piece in which black paint slowly drips onto a big spherical lamp. The dripping machine turns around the centre of the lamp so the drips fall on top of the lamp and slide down the sides, gradually shading the light at imperceptible speed.


Performing at Nilufar Gallery. Purple & Green. Milano 2009

Less Lamp


Less is a sealed light shade that needs to be broken in order to release the light trapped within.


Less Lamp is part of the MoMa Design Collection in New York. production by Metalarte

Rain Cathcer


A large, drop-shaped water collector that hangs outside the house and is connected to the rainwater drainage system. The Rain Catcher creates a visible link between the rain and our use of it and expresses our umbilical connection to water.


Prototype for the 100% Water show at the Z33 in Hassalt, Belgium



Wallfa is a two sided piece of furniture that is both wall and sofa. The stretchy membrane divides the space and offers a comfortable sitting area that becomes playful when users interact from both sides of the wall. It works as a double sided vertical hammock that people sit on to relax, play and socialize.


Wallfa is part of  Die Neue Sammlung design collection in Munich, Germany