[English & Spanish]
Edited by Josep Minguet
Distrubuted by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
240 pages, Illustrated
$112.50 Slipcase Hardcover
When we think that we have seen everything and that we know everything about the subject, a design scenery appears that astonishes us like a novice layperson on the subject, whether it is because of the sophistication, new lighting or a combination of tendencies, because it takes us back to a past through a contemporary design, becuase it combines with ease Baroque pieces with painted papers and luxurious clothes, or vintage with futurism, or because the architect sets a system of pieces, movements, volumes and impossible and unthinkable shapes, natural pixels, wood ridges and mirrored labyrinths; or simply because, our spatial perception is already accustomed to a type of sensation that tears away and falls like ripe apples against the most exclusive and recent novelty, against the unimaginable and unusual, against that something that we don't expect to see and it fascinates us, whether in a symbolic or perceptive manner-in a way that our senses collapse and we stop asking ourselves, what is the magical charm that we spoke about, becuase, we already have it before us.
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