Fromal Investigations
(Found Objects)

2023
Collectible Design
Waste
Making
Experimentation

This research is part of the Found Objects project. Made of waste wood from Fiction Factory.  Each one of this is a unique piece, part of an experimental series, researching the formal and atesthtic posibilities of the Found Objects.




For sale. Email for inquiries.
Wavelength Stool
(Found Objects)

2023
Furniture Design
Waste
Making
Experimentation

This stool is part of the Found Objects project. Made of waste wood from Fiction Factory.  With a cube size of 40x40x40cm it can be used as a stool, as well as a basic building block for shelving. The sharp cubical shape and the straitgh lines contrast with the crowded wavy interior.




For sale. Email for inquiries.
Wavelength Lamp
(Found Objects)

2023
Furniture Design
Waste
Making
Experimentation

This lamp is part of the Found Objects project. Partially made of waste wood from Fiction Factory. This design uses as few of the Found Object parts as possible. A simple and minimal proposal that makes use of randomized wavy shapes to create a warm and soft feeling. Every lamp is differend from each other, creating a dynamic family.



Designed in collaboration with Jesse Howard.
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Knotty for The New Raw

2023
The New Raw
Making
3D Printing

As a Fabrication Assistant I worked on the production of the pieces for Stratum. I was involved in the design of the technical aspects of the project and the crafting of the objects.

“Knotty” — a collection of playful benches with a bold and tactile texture.

Inspired by knitting techniques, the project treats plastic waste as a continuous thread of material which folds, twists and loops to create an intriguing tactile surface that resembles textiles, and invites users to touch it.

The sculpted material texture, consisting of thick and seemingly soft knots, creates a tactile, permeable and load-bearing type of surface for outdoor and indoor furniture or other architectural applications. “Knitted patterns” that increase functionality by allowing water drainage and avoiding internal structures, can be upscaled and become ornaments and building units that embody a new digitally crafted materiality.





The New Raw is a research and design studio based in
Rotterdam (Netherlands) founded in 2015 by architects Panos Sakkas and Foteini Setaki with the ambition to give new life to discarded materials through design, robots and craftsmanship.

The New Raw develops its own (digital) craftsmanship techniques through a formal and technical language that highlights the texture and the layer-by-layer character of its in-house robotic manufacturing process. The exploration of the possibilities that the robotic techniques provide transform plastic waste into beautiful and meaningful products that are 100% circular.


Stratum for The New Raw

2022
The New Raw
Making

3D Printing
As a Fabrication Assistant I worked in the production of the pieces for Stratum. I was involved on the design of the technical aspects of the project and the crafting of the objects.

Inspired by geological stratification, the sculptural 18m-long multifunctional element invigorates the entrance area of the new office building of a pioneering online food shopping company in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Transforming 880 kg of plastic waste into a new type of “stone”, the project simulates rock formations through a sophisticated layer-to-layer 3D sculpture technique.

This specific piece installed in PicNic headquarters in Utrecht, was designed pushing off the design brief of DENC architects, who were in charge of the building’s entrance interior design.



The New Raw is a research and design studio based in
Rotterdam (Netherlands) founded in 2015 by architects Panos Sakkas and Foteini Setaki with the ambition to give new life to discarded materials through design, robots and craftsmanship.

The New Raw develops its own (digital) craftsmanship techniques through a formal and technical language that highlights the texture and the layer-by-layer character of its in-house robotic manufacturing process. The exploration of the possibilities that the robotic techniques provide transform
plastic waste into beautiful and meaningful products that are 100% circular.




Open for collaborations

As an Industrial Designer, a Maker or a 3D printing expert; I am open for new and exciting projects.
Achievements

Grant. Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie. Building Talent – 22.
Jesse Howard i.c.w. Fiction Factory – Found Objects
Amsterdam (Netherlands) | 2023


Education


Degree in Industrial Design Engineering & Product Development
Tecnun, University of Navarra
| San Sebastian (Spain) | 2015 - 2021

Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Tecnun, University of Navarra | San Sebastian (Spain)
| 2015 - 2021

Exchange semester
University of Michigan SJTU Joint Institute
| Shanghai (China) | 2019


Work Experience


Inigo Puerta Studio founded 2022:     
   
    Circu Leren| 224 - Ongoing
    Lex Pott | 2023 - Ongoing
    Fiction Factory | 2023 - Ongoing
    TU Delft | 2021 - Ongoing
    The New Raw | 2022 - March 2023

Workshop technician at Domaine de Boisbuchet | March 2021 - Dicember 2021

Industrial Designer at Iratzoki Lizaso studio | November 2020 - April 2021

Internship at Ciszak Dalmas studio | June 2018 - August 2018

Internship at ADN Design studio | June 2017


Exhibitions


Piet Hein Eek, DDW | (Eindhoven) 2023

Waag Futurlab x Glue | Amsterdam 2023

Soup | Rotterdam 2023