Comité de Proyectos is a young design studio formed in Mexico City by two friends and designers. Motivated by the culture and talent in the rising scene of Mexican design, they quickly joined forces and began to share and develop their own indie work. Recently, they debuted Binomios, a three piece collection that reflects on a classic human condition — the search to transform reality.
The plant stand is meant to evoke a jungle. Its reflective surface mirrors the plants, creating a sculptural object that reveals many faces. The base is made of a rectified block of volcanic stone, where powder-coated metal cubes sit, holding the plants.
They also have a coffee table, complete with a sleek polished stone cover with a mountain chain underneath. A mirror lays below, reflecting the mountain range like a hidden surprise. The coffee table is made with powder-coated metal bars, marble top, and bronze mirror mid-section.
Finally, the lamp has a unique shape that is similar to a lunar eclipse. You can move the front face towards the neon ring in both directions, recreating the different phases of the moon. It also simulates the colors of twilight, generating a calm, peaceful ambiance.