The exhibition includes his most artistic Limited Edition work in a commitment to Contemporary Craftsmanship
As a tribute to its 20 years of existence, Sol&Luna, a company specialized in “the Art of Leather”, wanted to join Hiwood’s design and “Artisan Makers” to create works that combine the talents of both companies.
Sol&luna joins Hiwood’s design, new materials and innovative shapes to create two limited edition series entitled Fragments and Furrows where leather is the essence and advocates art as a projection of contemporary design.
The work carried out in this collaboration fits perfectly with the level of demand of both firms. They also recognize that the final result has far exceeded all their expectations.
“We started 20 years ago turning the ordinary into extraordinary by making simple items that became real objects of desire: from thermos flasks, ice buckets, trays and chairs, to original pieces such as a watering can, chosen as “Most Wanted” by AD USA, a bicycle or a 2 Caballos car entirely lined inside and out in natural leather. It has been a long journey in which we have had a great team of professionals who have accompanied us and that we have completed with our latest line dedicated to Order, Home in Order,” says Carolina Sánchez de Movellán, founder of Sol&luna.
These are the products that have made this Spanish company turn leather into art. In its eagerness to continue innovating, it has been working for years with a mixture of materials such as recycled glass, ceramics, wicker and palm, creating unique pieces for decoration. In its long trajectory it has signed collaborations with Spanish designers such as Felipao, Inés Benavides, Guille García Hoz and Pepe Andreu that have resulted in different capsule collections.
“The next 20 years we are going to focus on Contemporary Craftsmanship. A strong defense of leather and luxury craftsmanship is the phrase that best describes Sol&Luna’s work,” adds Carolina. A Spanish company that has crossed borders with its objects and furniture covered in leather and hand-sewn by its craftsmen