Ernest Desktop Table designed by Borja García
Born in Valencia in 1980, studied IT in Industrial Design at the Cardenal Herrera-CEU University and dealt with many neighborhood style centers. In 2001, he transferred to Milan, where he completed his training at the Layout Continuum Italia studio. In 2002 he established the Nazca studio with Joaquín García and Esther Tornero to create industrial layout jobs. He participated in the beginning NUDE Show and various other exhibitions in Valencia and Barcelona. Two years later on the 3 developers part company after introducing numerous products onto the market and receiving numerous nationwide and worldwide awards. Now he makes a decision to continue his solo profession by founding the brand name Estudio Borja García. He undertakes industrial design and communication jobs, succeeding various nationwide awards and participating in exhibits in Tokyo, Milan, St-Etienne, Shanghai, Beijing, Sao Paulo, Fortaleza, Athens, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia.In parallel, he learns architecture at his alma mater and in 2005 gets together with Jorge Cortés and Sergio Gª-Gasco to discovered the workshop Enproyecto Arquitectura. The performance history of this workshop features the development of different ephemeral building tasks for firms such as Puntmobles, Canal +, Vondom, and Aidima, as well as engagements in a number of Casadecor Valencia events. His various other jobs were for small residential industrial properties and architectural jobs. In 2011 he broke away from Enproyecto Arquitectura to fuse with each other both disciplines-- commercial design and architecture-- in one solitary brand, supplying professional solutions in both areas of layout. Additionally, his training career began in 2006 at the Universidad Cardenal Herrera CEU, where he is now tasks professor in Industrial Design and Architecture.BredaBreda is a collection of occasionals conceived for both residential use and agreement locations, with a sturdy accent on 100% natural oak lumber. Breda harks back to the language of the knowledgeable lumber craftsman, where texture is important and every element in the structure of the item has its own particular objective.ErnestThe desktop computer has a niche-plumier with an openable flap door for storing your tablet computer, computer system, pencils, paper or desktop memorabilias. The back legs have ports for running up the cables, which are held in the niche under the desktop computer.BassBass is a restored basic proposal, conceived in a look for a very little formal expression, lowering its visibility to that of a solid oak structure used the tiniest amount of aspects feasible. Bass is an elementary table, classic and light. The expansion system provides it great deals of capability incorporated with adaptation to smaller sized locations.