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“Undae” shows the beauty of imperfection and diversity through a process that creates textures that flow in the objects. It is a project inspired by waves that Nature creates in the sand and the sea. Waves that are continuously created and dissolved by water and wind movement. This project consists in a design process that represents these waves, each one different from the other, randomly, in the way Nature does. In this process, an ecological resin is poured vertically into a mold separated into different layers to get these waves and giving the object unique and new visual textures.

There are two collections: one collection contains white resin that represents the sea foam produced when waves hit the sand. Then, this resin is mixed with wood flour and saw dust to imitate sand texture. In the blue collection, different quantities of blue and black pigments are added to the resin to get different shades of blue according to water movement and light.

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