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“My inspiration is always based in the sartorial world,” says Spanish designer José Manuel Ferrero. “Even in my interior design work, I play with upholstery.” Raised in the small municipality of Ontinyent in Valencia, known for its booming textile industry, Ferrero developed an interest in fabric production at an early age. After studying design in Castellón and briefly working under famed architect Oscar Tusquets Blanca in Barcelona, Ferrero came back to the city in 2003 to start his own practice, Estudi{H}ac. For his first collection with local manufacturer Harmony, the designer returned to these nostalgic roots, this time in an unexpected material: ceramic tile.

“We discovered a lot about ceramic products and what we can...
Spanish Studio Estudi{hac} Crafts A Fabric-Inspired Tile

Designed for Harmony, the ceramic tile line borrows from Valencian textiles.

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