The recently built design studio En Salmón Mostaza, located in Barcelona and created by ELISAVA’s alumni Andrea Gelpí and Iratxe González de Viñaspre, former students of the School’s Master in Furniture Design, has just presented its first product: “Ophelia”.
It is made of two materials: a handmade beechwood base, and the screens that surround this base and rotate independently. “Ophelia” has two different models: one of them is made of lacquered aluminum, which intensely reflects light; and the other is made of methacrylate, which obtains a more sieving and relaxing light.
In this regard, the philosophy of En Salmón Mostaza is based on developing products that move from those aesthetical aspects going in depth in its environmental and people impact.
Both “Ophelia” models will be shown until November 27 at the exhibition Producto Fresco in Matadero Madrid, by DIMAD.