SCHLICKEYSEN //   BOVEDILLA SERIES #01   In 1855 the German machinery manufacturer  Carl Schlickeysen  issued the patent he had recently created, the  "Universal Patent Brickmaking machine" , the first machine created to manufacture bricks by extrusión as an industrial process.   SCHLICKEYSEN  is a modular furniture system based on two types of modular metal supports and standard-sized ceramic curved vaults. All kinds of settings can be configured from the combination of these three elements; picnic tables, continuous benches, grandstands, topographies, and many more typologies can be achieved by just stacking the metal supports and using the ceramic vaults as horizontal supporting surface.   SCHLICKEYSEN  is the first prototype of  BOVEDILLA SERIES  research, initiated by ENORME Studio and aimed to promote the use of industrialized ceramic pieces applied to furniture.  SCHLICKEYSEN  first prototype has been fabricated for Centro Cultural Conde Duque in Madrid, firstly to be used as temporary furniture arrangement to provide space for activities at  Gastrofestival 2017  and secondly to be included as a part of the Centre’s permanent furniture.   BOVEDILLA SERIES  commits to the use of local materials and handcrafted work. Ceramic pieces used to produce the furniture are part of the stock owned by  Grupo Díaz Redondo  entreprise dedicated to the production of industrialized ceramics. Metal parts are fabricated at metalwork workshop CRRSA, both located a few kilometres away from Madrid.
       
     
  Credits    Design:  ENORME Studio  http://enormestudio.es/    Collaborators:  Elise Weegels / Derek Oliveira / Bennedikte Vefling / Catherine Grillo / Sofía Martínez   Construction:  CARRSA + ENORME Studio   Client:  Centro Cultural Conde Duque, Madrid.   Photography:  Javier de Paz García ( www.estudioballoon.es )
       
     
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  KURUL   BOVEDILLA SERIES #02  by ENORME Studio   KURUL  refers in its etymology to the Latin word  "curulis",  meaning the square seat " seals curilis"  without back or arms support, which would have been used since the Roman monarchy as a symbol of royal power. A place from which to make important decisions with elegance and style.   KURUL  is a furniture system based on modular metal supports and standard-sized ceramic curved vaultsstrongly painted with customized hypergraphics patterns.   KURUL  is the second prototype of  BOVEDILLA SERIES  research, initiated by ENORME Studio and aimed to promote the use of industrialized ceramic pieces applied to furniture.  KURUL  first prototypes have been fabricated for the  PRODUCTO FRESCO 2017  design exhibition at DIMAD, the center of design from Matadero Madrid.   BOVEDILLA SERIES  commits to the use of local materials and handcrafted work. Ceramic pieces used to produce the furniture are part of the stock owned by  Grupo Díaz Redondo  entreprise dedicated to the production of industrialized ceramics. Metal parts are fabricated at metalwork workshop CRRSA, both located a few kilometres away from Madrid.
       
     
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  SCHLICKEYSEN //   BOVEDILLA SERIES #01   In 1855 the German machinery manufacturer  Carl Schlickeysen  issued the patent he had recently created, the  "Universal Patent Brickmaking machine" , the first machine created to manufacture bricks by extrusión as an industrial process.   SCHLICKEYSEN  is a modular furniture system based on two types of modular metal supports and standard-sized ceramic curved vaults. All kinds of settings can be configured from the combination of these three elements; picnic tables, continuous benches, grandstands, topographies, and many more typologies can be achieved by just stacking the metal supports and using the ceramic vaults as horizontal supporting surface.   SCHLICKEYSEN  is the first prototype of  BOVEDILLA SERIES  research, initiated by ENORME Studio and aimed to promote the use of industrialized ceramic pieces applied to furniture.  SCHLICKEYSEN  first prototype has been fabricated for Centro Cultural Conde Duque in Madrid, firstly to be used as temporary furniture arrangement to provide space for activities at  Gastrofestival 2017  and secondly to be included as a part of the Centre’s permanent furniture.   BOVEDILLA SERIES  commits to the use of local materials and handcrafted work. Ceramic pieces used to produce the furniture are part of the stock owned by  Grupo Díaz Redondo  entreprise dedicated to the production of industrialized ceramics. Metal parts are fabricated at metalwork workshop CRRSA, both located a few kilometres away from Madrid.
       
     

SCHLICKEYSEN // BOVEDILLA SERIES #01

In 1855 the German machinery manufacturer Carl Schlickeysen issued the patent he had recently created, the "Universal Patent Brickmaking machine", the first machine created to manufacture bricks by extrusión as an industrial process.

SCHLICKEYSEN is a modular furniture system based on two types of modular metal supports and standard-sized ceramic curved vaults. All kinds of settings can be configured from the combination of these three elements; picnic tables, continuous benches, grandstands, topographies, and many more typologies can be achieved by just stacking the metal supports and using the ceramic vaults as horizontal supporting surface.

SCHLICKEYSEN is the first prototype of BOVEDILLA SERIES research, initiated by ENORME Studio and aimed to promote the use of industrialized ceramic pieces applied to furniture. SCHLICKEYSEN first prototype has been fabricated for Centro Cultural Conde Duque in Madrid, firstly to be used as temporary furniture arrangement to provide space for activities at Gastrofestival 2017 and secondly to be included as a part of the Centre’s permanent furniture.

BOVEDILLA SERIES commits to the use of local materials and handcrafted work. Ceramic pieces used to produce the furniture are part of the stock owned by Grupo Díaz Redondo entreprise dedicated to the production of industrialized ceramics. Metal parts are fabricated at metalwork workshop CRRSA, both located a few kilometres away from Madrid.

  Credits    Design:  ENORME Studio  http://enormestudio.es/    Collaborators:  Elise Weegels / Derek Oliveira / Bennedikte Vefling / Catherine Grillo / Sofía Martínez   Construction:  CARRSA + ENORME Studio   Client:  Centro Cultural Conde Duque, Madrid.   Photography:  Javier de Paz García ( www.estudioballoon.es )
       
     

Credits

Design: ENORME Studio http://enormestudio.es/

Collaborators: Elise Weegels / Derek Oliveira / Bennedikte Vefling / Catherine Grillo / Sofía Martínez

Construction: CARRSA + ENORME Studio

Client: Centro Cultural Conde Duque, Madrid.

Photography: Javier de Paz García (www.estudioballoon.es)

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  KURUL   BOVEDILLA SERIES #02  by ENORME Studio   KURUL  refers in its etymology to the Latin word  "curulis",  meaning the square seat " seals curilis"  without back or arms support, which would have been used since the Roman monarchy as a symbol of royal power. A place from which to make important decisions with elegance and style.   KURUL  is a furniture system based on modular metal supports and standard-sized ceramic curved vaultsstrongly painted with customized hypergraphics patterns.   KURUL  is the second prototype of  BOVEDILLA SERIES  research, initiated by ENORME Studio and aimed to promote the use of industrialized ceramic pieces applied to furniture.  KURUL  first prototypes have been fabricated for the  PRODUCTO FRESCO 2017  design exhibition at DIMAD, the center of design from Matadero Madrid.   BOVEDILLA SERIES  commits to the use of local materials and handcrafted work. Ceramic pieces used to produce the furniture are part of the stock owned by  Grupo Díaz Redondo  entreprise dedicated to the production of industrialized ceramics. Metal parts are fabricated at metalwork workshop CRRSA, both located a few kilometres away from Madrid.
       
     

KURUL BOVEDILLA SERIES #02 by ENORME Studio

KURUL refers in its etymology to the Latin word "curulis", meaning the square seat "seals curilis" without back or arms support, which would have been used since the Roman monarchy as a symbol of royal power. A place from which to make important decisions with elegance and style.

KURUL is a furniture system based on modular metal supports and standard-sized ceramic curved vaultsstrongly painted with customized hypergraphics patterns.

KURUL is the second prototype of BOVEDILLA SERIES research, initiated by ENORME Studio and aimed to promote the use of industrialized ceramic pieces applied to furniture. KURUL first prototypes have been fabricated for the PRODUCTO FRESCO 2017 design exhibition at DIMAD, the center of design from Matadero Madrid.

BOVEDILLA SERIES commits to the use of local materials and handcrafted work. Ceramic pieces used to produce the furniture are part of the stock owned by Grupo Díaz Redondo entreprise dedicated to the production of industrialized ceramics. Metal parts are fabricated at metalwork workshop CRRSA, both located a few kilometres away from Madrid.

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