- With volcanic stone molds and energy savings of 99.1% they are the first pieces of a series with rich aesthetic possibilities.
- Pedro and Pablo will be part of the exhibition Beauty Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial, the fifth edition of this series of exhibitions of contemporary design organized by the museum. February 12, NY.
Concerned about the environmental impact generated by the pieces that he produces, Emiliano Godoy developed extensive research on the amount of energy required to make a product, resulting in Pedro y Pablo , two glass bowls blown into stone molds, this process reached energy savings of 99.1% *
This initiative has been recognized by the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, who since announced that Pedro y Pablo will be part of the permanent collection of the museum specialized in design.
Beauty´s attraction will be the work of 63 designers and more than 250 works from all around the globe.
Organized by the assistant curator Andrea Lipps and renowned curator of contemporary design Ellen Lupton, the exhibition explores the beauty through seven lenses: Extravaganza, Complicated, Ethereal, Transgressive, Emerging, Transforming and Elementary, is in this section Pedro and Pablo by Emiliano Godoy are included.