Luis A. Arrivillaga is a product/furniture designer who lives and works in Milan, Italy, where collaborates with different studios and manufactures companies. Born in Guatemala, he studied Mechanical Engineer at Rafael Landivar University. After graduation he moves to Milan, where attends a Master in Product and Interior Design and where has also the opportunity to collaborate with some prestigious brands.
Text and images © Luis Arrivillaga
A rectangular table with great visual impact caractherized by the rounded corner of the top joined to the solid wood table leg. The top is made of matt white Cristalplant and legs in solid wood with a rounded and tapered trapezoidal section available in oil-treated teak, oak and wenge-stained oak.
The design of a traditional bar stool; a rounded triangle seat disc resting on top of three long, canted legs. A beam that morph as a single piece into the front legs and a narrow shaft that intersects the third, are mounted at about a third of their height from the floor, increasing the rigidity of the construction and also used as a comfortable footrest. The interpretation of this classic type is distinguished by its simple, unpretentious appearance, organic construction and harmonious proportions.
Slow table in glass and tubular steel powder coated. The study of his structure is the equilibrium between all the active parts, creating a visual lightness by his geometrical lines.
A floor standing mirror in a simple and effective elementary form, graphically displayed. Tubular steel powdercoated with solid wood details, gives the flexibility to be used in different areas inside the house. Available in different colors.
The jewelry case made from solid European wood and Alumina ceramic. Each of the four shaped pieces has different interior partitions which lend itself beautifully to the storing of precious jewelry. Each of the top sheath finishes in a representation of different gestures used for open each one of them. The reduced design define the simplicity and essentiality and emphasizes the use of different materials.