When designing, what superpower would you like to have?

When designing any, we have total confidence in our work. At the time of presenting the projects different, of course, there we would like to have the dust of love, spray all the interlocutors and they will end up with a feeling of pure love always. When things go like this, it’s an incredible feeling.

Which of your designs would you choose to survive a zombie attack?

The door (A door for my parents), because of setting limits …

If you could go to dinner with a designer, who would you go with?

We usually sleep soon … hahahaha. Well, we love meeting colleagues in whatever circumstances, if we have to choose, today, we would take Verner Panton for dinner, why not?

Would you prefer to travel to the future or to the past?

To the future, no doubt.

In what influential period of design would you like to be born?

Early 20th century, Art & Crafts in London, 20s in Paris, 80s USA, in Italy always.

How would you describe yourself in 3 adjectives?

We would describe Bodegón Cabinet as a brave, empathetic and cheerful study.

If you wrote a book, what name would you put it?

Bodegón Cabinet.

If you could learn to do something new, what would you choose?

Here we probably have different criteria, Geno would surely become an actress, or detective, or writer, or just do yoga all the time and Maria depends on the week, now she is motivated with surfing and ukulele.

What is the last book you have read?

(G): My year of rest and relaxation. (M): Letters to Ives.

What could we find in your garbage basket?

Dinosaurs, tigers, lions, wild things.

What is the best memory of your childhood?

(G): Boredom
(M): Summer in the Manga del Mar Menor

What is the rarest object in your room?

In the study the weirdest thing we have is a wig, but we find it very useful. You never know …

What is your favorite conversation topic?

We would be a pain if we had favorite conversation topics. We throw ourselves in the mud and talk about what it takes, prudently, but without judging.

If you could stay your whole life with the same age, what would it be?

That would be a bad symptom, right? We bet on the changes.

What do you value most in the design of a furniture wheel?

His ability to assume different personalities and to function in many contexts.

What if you had to design an object to put wheels what would it be?

A Carmelite It is a piece of furniture that we have to recover, it would make us excited. This has to return, not only because of the name, which is fascinating, but because its object is very interesting throughout its historical journey. A Carmelite, yes, let’s make one.


Bodegón Cabinet, Barcelona.

Bodegon Cabinet is an interdisciplinary firm based in Barcelona, and focused on architecture, interior and furniture design. The name of the studio is the Spanish translation of Still Life. It comes from the idea of natural or handmade objects arranged in a given space using design, colors and lighting to produce an effect of harmony, comfort and well-being. This is Bodegon Cabinet’s aim, to design still lifes in all of its projects creating bespoke houses, hotels, restaurants or furniture that enrich human experience. Bodegon Cabinet is a studio directed by two architects and, for this reason, our way of approaching each work field follows precisely the same method. Architecture becomes the basis and from that point onwards the objective is to enjoy all the production processes with the conviction that every format’s possibilities are endless.


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