Santa Clara Marble Organizers

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Tot many organizers are designed with a stylish appearance that complements or even surpasses a purely utilitarian role, but the Santa Clara organizers from Peca succeed this effortlessly. Founded in 2007 and based in Guadalajara, Mexico, independent design studio Peca has completed various interior design projects, modern furniture and accessories by working closely with local artisans and collaborating with talented young designers. Studio director and head designer Caterina Moretti has created the look and feel of the brand – a blend of nature, tradition and contemporary design. Under her guidance, Peca makes products that combine natural materials, contrasting textures and modern lines; the stunning Santa Clara organizers are a beautiful example of the studio’s passion for elegant simplicity. Two materials are used to create the separate pieces that fit together to create a unitary product: cool white marble and reddish-gold copper. Minimalist shapes with sharp angles are placed alongside curved lines, smooth marble surfaces are contrasted by textured metal. The copper pieces and the blocks of marble come together almost seamlessly to create organizers that are versatile and unique. They can be used on a work desk to hold business cards or sleek fountain pens, on a shelf as bookends, or to keep small pieces of jewelry or other personal items within reach. Made with handcrafted marble and hammered copper produced in Santa Clara del Cobre, the place where the Mexican tradition of working with copper started, the organizers are more than simply practical pieces created with traditional methods and exquisite craftsmanship. They are modern sculptures that are just as much stylish decor elements as they are functional products. Perfect for the minimalist workspace, the Santa Clara organizers are available to buy here.

 

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