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EINA, Centre Universitari de Disseny i Art de Barcelona

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EINA Design Degree students present at Greenhouse, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair "NYAM", a project that materializes the essence of Mediterranean culture through its food.

Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited is a project of furniture, lighting and contract design products developed by students of the Design Degree of EINA, University School of Design and Art of Barcelona for Greenhouse.

The name of the project, Nyam, is a tribute to the Mediterranean tradition through an onomatopoeia used to express that the food is delicious.

The project revises the essence of the Mediterranean as a lifestyle through 10 objects linked to food as a cultural and social act.

The products are presented in the form of a collection sharing textures, colours and shapes derived from materials such as wood, cotton, wicker or terracotta.

With Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited, EINA students bring the light, shapes and crafts of the south to northern Europe.

Web: https://nyam.eina.cat
Instagram: @nyam.bcn
5 Feb., 11am - Talk at The Greenhouse Scene

Students
Vicente Akira, Laura Andreu, Gerard Arbués, Bruno Blay, Andreu Buqueras, Pia Callis, Damià Campreciós, Maria Clot, Aina Facchi, Louis Ferraz, Natura Ferrer, Llibert Ferrer, Ferran Gesa, Luis Gimeno, Manu González, Erik Jiménez, Mariam Koraichi, Inés Lorenceau, Laura Morales, Laia Navarro, Marta Pardina, Berta Rovira, Mireia Ruiz, Arnau Salvadó, Mayra Sánchez, Anne Urretavizcaya, Juan Manuel Valencia, Caterina Vianna, Marina Vidal.

Teaching Staff
Rubén Alcaraz, Anna Majó, Javier Nieto, Oriol Ventura, Daniel Vila.

With the support of
Santa & Cole, ICEX, Interiors from Spain.
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  • Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    EINA Design Degree students present at Greenhouse, Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair "NYAM", a project that materializes the essence of Mediterranean culture through its food.

    The project revises the essence of the Mediterranean as a lifestyle through 10 objects linked to food as a cultural and social act.

    With Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited, EINA students bring the light, shapes and crafts of the south to northern Europe.

  • Bolet - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited_1

    Bolet - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Bolet
    Damià Campreciós and Manu González

    “Bolet”, which means mushroom in Catalan, is a collection of three poufs intended for
    community-oriented areas where the user can feel completely free yet connected to nature.

    Collecting mushrooms is a huge part of the Catalan identity. It is traditionally a family activity that represents our respect for the forests and the love of good food enjoyed at the family table. This design brings the forest into the home by creating familiar and dynamic spaces.

  • Brot - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    Brot - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Brot
    Ferran Gesa and Caterina Vianna

    The lamp/germinator “Brot” is formed by two elements made from red clay: the tray for the sprouts, and the screen to direct light.

    This combination of elements creates a dialog between food and furniture. It includes a pulley to regulate the height of the screen. The light reflecting off the red ceramic surface creates a warm atmosphere and because they are manufactured by hand each piece is unique.

  • Criba - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    Criba - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Criba
    Bruno Blay and Andreu Buqueras

    Versatile and autonomous, “Criba” is a tabletop lamp developed to create a more intimate bond between the user, the light and its surroundings. It’s capacity to adapt to all possible situations around a table is the essence of “Criba”.

    Its mechanical filter allows you to regulate the light’s intensity by rotating the
    screen, from a bright light that allows you to see everything clearly, to a dim lighting that could substitute candlelight.

  • Cuita - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    Cuita - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Cuita
    Pia Callis, Maria Clot, Aina Facchi, Llibert Ferrer, Inés Lorenceau Berta Rovira

    We propose a series of designs based on the ritual of preparing “pa amb tomaquet”, which is bread with tomato, a typical Catalan dish, and Mediterranean “ready-made” cuisine. Ready-made meaning that the ritual takes place at the dining table.

    The sequence consists of four steps:
    - Choosing the tomato
    - Cutting the bread
    - Pouring the oil
    - Arranging the placemats

  • Flux - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    Flux - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Flux
    Luis Gimeno, Mariam Koraichi and Laia Navarro

    In this project, instead of treating light just a luminous object, we tried to give it the importance it deserves in a specific social situation, we want to treat the light as a creator of a certain atmosphere.

    In order to do this we played with interaction between the user and the object and the
    reflection of light, to create a pleasant and interactive environment.

  • Mou - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    Mou - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Mou
    Gerard Arbués, Erik Jiménez, Mireia Ruiz, Arnau Salvadó and Juan Manuel Valencia

    "Mou" is a trolley with removable trays that facilitates your daily tasks at home or in the office. It allows you to transport everything you need in your working day to work wherever you want and with everything you need. It also acts as a bridge in the offices-house and houses-offices, a trend that is increasing every time.

  • Ritu - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited

    Ritu - Nyam, Mediterranean Lifestyle Revisited. Ritu
    Louis Ferraz

    The objective of this design project is to add value to the moment we are gathered around a table to eat. This intention is expressed by two objects that are used to eat walnuts.

    One is a nutcracker, that has a functional and simple system and an elegant form that adds to this special moment. The other object is a tray that holds the walnuts, the shells and the nutcracker, it has an organic shape that enhances the act of cracking and eating heart healthy walnuts.

  • Nyam - Stand

    Nyam - Stand. EINA stand at Greenhouse 2019

  • Nyam - Stand

    Nyam - Stand. EINA stand at Greenhouse 2019

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