The Trama Collection Is Inspired by Temporary Construction Structures

By | March 14, 2019

03.13.19

Presented by Esrawe Studio, the limited edition Trama collection made its debut at this year’s Zona Maco in Mexico City. The pieces of Trama were inspired by temporary structures that are used in the field of construction and crafted from both natural and stained holm oak wood and aged or natural brass.

Each wood structure features a grid-like latticework punctuated with wooden bolts and a series of randomly-placed brass ledges. The Trama collection is made up of three formats, two vertical and one horizontal and is limited to 20 available pieces per size.

Design: Héctor Esrawe


Design team: Manuel Bañó, Alejandro Ramírez


Interiors photography: Genevieve Lutkin


Studio photography (on white): Pablo Da Ronco

Kelly Beall is a contributing writer to Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others at

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. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, hanging out in dive bars, or on the couch with her five pets.

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