Madrid-based duo Cutu and Eva are Stone Designs, a nomadic power-house of Spanish design taking inspirations from their travels and nature to create bright palettes for their interior and furniture design. We had the opportunity to chat with the design partners at the Spanish Pavilion during ICFF where they shared their design philosophy, inspirations and why modular design is important in their work. Traveling to places like Japan inspires Stone Designs in everything from small cultural interactions to the visual feel of the cities. Next up on their tour? Moscow, Russia. We can't wait to see nesting elements and bold fabergé colors in their design.
Stone Designs work for Lexus Japan's colors and trims department, Stone created a palette for the interiors of their luxury vehicles based on road trips, lighting and the countryside. In creating modular seating and interiors, the designers want the users themselves to be able to adapt the pieces and make it their own. Their video (after the jump) might inspire some wanderlust—travel with Stone as they trek to the northern coast of Spain and experience the work in a "natural" setting.
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