Seven young Mexican designers got together to form a design cooperative called Panorámica and the group debuted their collection of objects called Materiality at this year’s ICFF. The collection is made of everyday materials like basalt stone, terrazzo, copper, and glass, all of which might go unnoticed by modern urban dwellers and their aim was to “exalt the unique beauty of their “materiality.” Our favorites happened to be the Terrazzo Hanging Pot (above) and Bird Feeder (below), both made from terrazzo, a mix of concrete, stone, and granite, that are held from a copper ring and suspended from a rope to help save on space.


Urbanites often lack space and time and have rare moments to sit back and relax, so Panorámica set out to combat that with these designs to help you contemplate nature in the space you do have.