Juskani Alonso Estudio

Designer Mexico City / Mexico

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Juskani Alonso Estudio
Juskani Alonso (Mexico City, 1987), with a deep roots and love of Mexican culture, brings together research, methodology and design processes in contemporary line, but at the same time retaining the tradition and ancestral techniques. Taking as a result design objects made in collaboration with artisans and with a vast interest in details, as well as in the choice of materials; responding to a current need.

His work has been part of samples inside and outside the country, in Mexican cities such as Guadalajara (Dimueble), San Cristóbal de las Casas, Oaxaca (La Calera) and Mexico City (Silla Mexicana in Franz Mayer Museum cured by Ana Elena Mallet), and around the world in Milano (Italy), New York (U.S.), Bento Gonçalves (Brazil), Torino (Italy) and also in design fairs like Design Week Mexico (Vision y Tradicion and Inedito Showcases), Corredor Cultural Roma Condesa, Abierto Mexicano de Diseño, Brera Design District (Milano, Italy), Casa Brasil (Brazil), Wanted Design (NY, U.S), among others.

In 2014 he founded Juskani Alonso Estudio as a multidisciplinary firm that is constantly looking to apprehend Mexican cultural wealth through design facing a global scene, combining diverse techniques, materials and scales.
The studio specializes in the development of objects, furniture an interior design, in which history, experience and knowledge are combined, taking into account socio-economic factors, materials and products, resulting in a comprehensive and unique design solution.
Juskani  Alonso Estudio
Juskani Alonso Estudio

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Juskani Alonso (Mexico City, 1987), with a deep roots and love of Mexican culture, brings together research, methodology and design processes in contemporary line, but at the same time retaining the tradition and ancestral techniques. Taking as a result design objects made in collaboration with artisans and with a vast interest in details, as well as in the choice of materials; responding to a current need. His work has been part of samples inside and outside the country, in Mexican cities such as Guadalajara (Dimueble), San Cristóbal de las Casas, Oaxaca (La Calera) and Mexico City (Silla Mexicana in Franz Mayer Museum cured by Ana Elena Mallet), and around the world in Milano (Italy), New York (U.S.), Bento Gonçalves (Brazil), Torino (Italy) and also in design fairs like Design Week Mexico (Vision y Tradicion and Inedito Showcases), Corredor Cultural Roma Condesa, Abierto Mexicano de Diseño, Brera Design District (Milano, Italy), Casa Brasil (Brazil), Wanted Design (NY, U.S), among others. In 2014 he founded Juskani Alonso Estudio as a multidisciplinary firm that is constantly looking to apprehend Mexican cultural wealth through design facing a global scene, combining diverse techniques, materials and scales. The studio specializes in the development of objects, furniture an interior design, in which history, experience and knowledge are combined, taking into account socio-economic factors, materials and products, resulting in a comprehensive and unique design solution.