Montserrat Benetts

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Mexico City, Mexico

Montserrat Piña Benetts (1992, Mexico) is an industrial designer based in Mexico City, interested in exploring the idea of ​​love for objects, through a design language that delights the senses and creates a connection with users that go beyond materiality.
She has a trajectory of more than 5 years in furniture and interior design, in which she has sought to base her practice on chromatic experimentation, with a strong conceptual background.

CHROMA

The Chroma room divider seeks to break the confines of its own materiality.
By filtering the light through, it magnifies its presence creating an effect where different shades of color mix and flood the space it inhabits.

Now on Sale
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The Chroma room divider seeks to break the confines of its own materiality.
By filtering the light through, it magnifies its presence creating an effect where different shades of color mix and flood the space it inhabits.

CHROMA

ODD_top.jpg

The Chroma room divider seeks to break the confines of its own materiality.
By filtering the light through, it magnifies its presence creating an effect where different shades of color mix and flood the space it inhabits.

CHROMA

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CHROMA

The Chroma room divider seeks to break the confines of its own materiality.
By filtering the light through, it magnifies its presence creating an effect where different shades of color mix and flood the space it inhabits.

mono.oak4.jpg

CHROMA

The Chroma room divider seeks to break the confines of its own materiality.
By filtering the light through, it magnifies its presence creating an effect where different shades of color mix and flood the space it inhabits.

Now on Sale
ODD_top.jpg

The Chroma room divider seeks to break the confines of its own materiality.
By filtering the light through, it magnifies its presence creating an effect where different shades of color mix and flood the space it inhabits.

CHROMA

ODD_top.jpg

The Chroma room divider seeks to break the confines of its own materiality.
By filtering the light through, it magnifies its presence creating an effect where different shades of color mix and flood the space it inhabits.

CHROMA

Montserrat Benetts