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Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


Miacaja - Miavida DisTinto


Apilables Desi-gual Coleccion Botanica


Fuente de vino Carro Flores Ingenia Palmacea


This project was performed for a competition that promotes reading among the childrens in the early chilhood in Mexico. The concept has born from the stage where childrens adopt a box as their own space, the result is a semienclosed space where the childrens can also learn to read and create. 2008

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


Flyers for the promotion of DistinTo store where I worked in 2008

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


This was my first aproach to the ceramics. The main idea of this project was to demostrate througth a product line that we learned about the technique of ceramic. In my case I developed a line called ¨apiliables¨served not only for snacks but also would serve as decoration.

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


La Chamba is a town in the state of Tolima to 4 hours from Bogotรก. The work that this community develops has a historical background dating back to the Indians Pijaos who were the ones who inherited the technique, which involves working with three different types of clays, the first smooth consistency, the second sand, and the third is called varnish and the process ends with the burning and smoking donkey dung that finally gives black color that is recognized within any home in Colombia suggested that with this technique, we create new ceramic products that not only had the signature of La Chamba, also tell the story of this place, creating benefits in the Colombian market for artisans who work here. In order to reach conclusions first, I learned every step of the special technique of La Chamba and at the same time while interacting with the craftsmen I started to develop a workshop with a family who gave me visual cues to achieve a better and representative result. The result was a deeply rooted feedback to land, the nature of this area and its traditions, framed within a creative and innovative concept, which blended traditional customs and ancestral knowledge of the families that integrates this community, formed by 7 people and 3 generations. This process is called (Inclusive - exclusive design) and was applied to the realization of a life vertical wall made from black ceramic serving for decoration of external and internal walls in the context of "home" that achieved meet all the goals it reflects, green (Tolima area is producing mainly rice and cotton) and the interests of the city market (innovation for decoration and wall spaces in the houses and apartments in the city) and also resets the technique of black pottery in another context different from the dishes and pots that have always existed.

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


La Chamba.2009

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


Fuente de Vino, is a small importer af chilean wine company, they entrusted to us the task of creating a module for storing the boxes but at the same time create a new context most elegant and original. 2009

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


This a project that we made for company called ¨Cajica Flores" that is responsible for the planting of roses for sale in foreign markets like the U.S. and Japan. At the time of collection they used to work with a kind of cars without tires very inefficient, we made the study of the problem and we realized that in addition to lowering the productivity, workers had presented physical pain because when the car was full of flowers they moved about 15 kilos of flowers, the solution was simple, we added wheels to the vehicle and fits the space so that the routes were less but in turn could carry more flowers without much effort. Currently, productivity has increased 9% and is rising, in addition to better working conditions.

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


The National Museum of Colombia launched a call for young designers to propose products of easy production and marketing would be in the museum shop. For he competition Ismos sent three products, first one a umbrella with the silverware of Simon Bolivar, the second proposal was a magnetic board with pictures of a young woman and a pre-Columbian sculpture and the third proposal was stikers to decorate the rooms with several images of the collection. 2008

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


Dise単o de catalogo de telas para Palmacea swimware, Back to innocense 2010.

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


We are currently developing a project called - is our own - and we approached the market places and we collected all the possible information about the herbs and medicinal plants, after collecting a wealth of information, we start to designed pots with representations of objects that have lived in any young Colombian mind such as plastic cups, plastic plates, beach buckets and containers for the lasagna, rearranging material removed from its collective imaginaries and the next step is to sell the pots planted with herbs and each of these comes with care, a council or a legend on this commodity.2010

Maria Camila Ospina Arenas.


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