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CONVERSATIONS STARTED BY FURNITURE

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DESIGN

BALANCE

Urbina through his furniture designs, balance’s line plane and volume. He believes that a furniture should be eye-catching.  The 3 characteristics mentioned have to be well balanced among each other to create a one of a kind high end furniture design. Bernardo considers the role of these 3 key elements when up-cycling and transforming a material into furniture.

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UP-CYCLE

OF MATERIAL

Bernardo differs from other designers, as he has the unique ability of seeing beauty in materials that most people see none. Urbina concentrates his medium in up-cycling dead or waste material into unique, one of a kind, high-end furniture. The ability to give value to scrap wood or debris as sculptural furniture is what defines Bernardo Urbina as a designer.

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