We are very happy that our LUM is installed at "P Cube Architectural Solutions" office in Bombay – India, to maximize their customer project in this country and Asia.
You can see the opening office in the pictures below.
Qstudio was present at the signature of the Capital Contribution for Coldelco Law enactment with our Lum panel. This law allows an extraordinary capital contribution for Codelco.
Bachelet emphasized that this law represents a "historical effort to give a new impulse to Codelco in order to strengthen its growth, its productivity and its efficiency" and she also underlined that investments materialization will have an invigorating impact on national economy.
Tom Dixon, notorious designer, worldwide renowned, appointed as designer of the year 2014 visited Chile. He uses materials like Copper, Bronze and Steel to build his works and Qstudio was invited to participate to his activities and to his public as well as private meetings, so we were present with our Lum wall in his one-time open presentation in the MAC and also in the "El Teniente" mine site visit.
Pictures of his stay in Chile below:
On June 5th, 6th and 7th, the second version of Santiago Fashion Week will be held in the Palacio de La Moneda Cultural Centre and our Lum wall will be part of the scenography of the most important catwalk in the country, a great shop window to get Chilean design abroad.
Copper ball, handmade in our workshop located in Colina 1 Penitentiary centre, will be the corporate gift from the National Futbol Association to the teams who will play in the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014. At first, it will be Spain, Holland and Australia.
Thomas Keller, Executive President of Codelco, and Sergio Jadue, Presidente of the National Professional
Football Association Nacional de Fútbol Profesional (ANFP), showing the copper ball.
The idea is to create a poetical ride across Chile's lanscapes through the copper and the rotation generated thanks to the wind. The tree has passages of Pablo Nerduda's poem
“Cuando de Chile” and images like the Chilean map, araucarias, copihues, etc, engraved on it.
Copper is the main character, in stretched vertical bands like our territory and representing one of the biggest contrast of our geography: orange on the top, as our desert in the North and green at the bottom, as our austral forest, all this made with different copper terminations and achieving to join Chile's culture, geography and economy.
second version, this exhibition brings toghether 21 sculptural christmas trees created by different chilean artists. The artists work with different embassys each, to represent the
culture of the country.
The original exhibition will be present on the pedestrian walkway of the Parque Bicentenario, infront of the CEPAL.