Happy new year 2023. Studio Albert Romagosa x Mobles 114

“L’home dels nassos is a traditional mythological character from Catalonia (also from Valencia and the Balearic Islands) who has as many noses as days in the year – or as many days are left. Children are told that he can only be seen on December 31, when, as is the case for us all, he has only one nose left.

This possible portrait of l’home dels nassos, allows us to share this kind of traditions so that they live on and thus vindicate our popular culture.”

A. R.


2023 is quickly coming closer and we are ready for a year that promises to be special for Mobles 114: the year in which we turn 50 years old. We say goodbye to 2022 with a message of congratulations on behalf of the team at Studio Albert Romagosa, a small graphic design office whose work stands out because of the precision and serenity of their projects.

Studio Albert Romagosa’s methodology is based on a deep analysis both of the task and its context which allows them to offer designs with attention to detail and with very diverse formal resolutions which are tailored to each case.

Some outstanding editorial design projects include “Cross Cultural Chairs”, published by Onomatopee; the redesign of HIC‘s identity and website, a reference blog on architecture; or the graphics for the exhibition “Cine y Moda por Jean Paul Gaultier” for CaixaForum.

This plural approach to design has led them to work for both local and international clients and entities and to be awarded in numerous editions of the Laus awards. In addition, some of their graphic production is catalogued and preserved in the archives of the Design Museum of Barcelona and the National Art Library of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Images: Studio Albert Romagosa

 

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