Diana Cabeza

Materials in Their Most Primary State

Diana Cabeza studied Fine Arts and graduated in Architecure. During her university studies she designed, just for the pleasure of it, a couple of tables, to which followed variations on Rietveld's Red Blue chair: "There I knew that I was meant to work with objects: I am interested in that scale that verifies itself with the body". Thus, Cabeza began her professional career as a designer of home appliances, researching on the use, on ergonomics and on recovering the value of regional materials. After her experience with the project of transforming the Puerto Madero district in Buenos Aires, Cabeza set up the Estudio Cabeza, in the old district of Palermo Viejo. Elisabet Cabeza, her sister, is the partner who is in charge of the sales and exportations. Diana's designs, well rooted in Argentina, are renown worldwide and distributed internationally. 

The work of Diana Cabeza stands out for its plasticity, for her use of materials in their most primary state, and influence of her past in Fine Arts and her interest for regional styles. "I love materials as rough things, in their most genuine version. I like things with little intervention, with few decisions on their design, this way the result is much closer to the raw material than to the finished product." Within her work, she has been very prolific in designing furniture elements to rest. The benches she creates offer the opportunity to seat in many different ways, as she understands them as a place to rest but also as a place of exchange. 


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