This Mexican pop-up is dedicated to showcasing the intricacies and diversity of design on the cultural level. The activation is simply dubbed 'Made in Mexico City' and it is part of an artisanal market-like event at Zeppelin Station in Denver, Colorado.
Openly promoting skilled craftsmanship and talent from Mexico, this installment of the market placed particular emphasis on homeware and invited designers like Atlawa, Ricardo Casas Design, Rococo, Casa Mineral, and more. From the minimalist and colorful aluminum pitchers and cups by Enrique Arellano to the art deco-inspired Decimal jug by Rococo, the design-forward Mexican pop-up effortlessly showcases the thought and planning that are invested in artisanal designs, without compromising aesthetics, cultural value or functionality.
Photo Credits: Zeppelin Station, Atlawa, Rococo, Enrique Arellano, Casa Mineral, Ricardo Casas