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Design principles

Our creative method, explained

“I work to learn; I value the act of knowing more than knowledge itself. I want to do what I do not know. I want to search, to imagine where I cannot see. I long to recognise what I cannot perceive.”

Eduardo Chillida (1988)

“One can act across a wide variety of fields, but what all the arts have in common, is their obligation to present two components that cannot be missing; poetry –it needs a bit of poetry– and a dosis of construction; without these there would be no art.”

Eduardo Chillida (1988)

“Memory absorbs the remote of times past in order to enrich, shape and extend us. When producing this assimilation of past thoughts, we potentialise the possibility of capturing the future.”

Pablo Palazuelo (1973)

“Only true imagination can reveal our hidden reality. True imagination, or active imagination, doesn’t produce arbitrary constructions –no matter their lyric nature–, but functions as a propulsion or organ of knowledge.”

Pablo Palazuelo (1973)

“I’m interested in the process of things, all things, the process they go through in order to go from one state to the other. Growth, evolution, etc. in general, in all processes, time is one of the actors. It’s not the partial results that interest me, but rather in function of the relationship between them.”

Eduardo Chillida (1988)