Garrastudio is the name under which the architect Rosana Galián signs her new creative project of craft and digital thinking.
The proposal explores the different cultures civilizations and ancient architectures in order to draw ornamental shapes which are rethought in contemporary languages and processes. The result is the production of ornate design objects.
The tailor-made and textured acrylic materials, the computer-aided (CADCAM) design and production and the handcrafted assembly of each piece are the perfect ingredients to create an exclusive digital craft product.
Garritas (2012), tropical beast, elegantly black and white and broken tailed goes with Rosana Galián.
Rosana Galián (1985), is a Murcian architect, trained at the UA and ETSAM; Universities in which she occasionally works with giving lessons.
Along with Paula Vilaplana, Rosana is co-founder of the creative duo Fru*Fru.
She has also carried out art installations for SOS 4.8 music festival, Matadero Madrid, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, ARCO, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Centro Párraga in Murcia and Sala Joven in Madrid, among others.
From the Garrastudio's direction, she is currently trying to develop unique products emerged from an experimental creativity environment which is shared with daring partners.
Carmen (1988), is a Murcian architect, trained at the ETSAM and Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Her creative and experimental profile brings her to work at José Ballesteros’ studio and on “Pasajes de Arquitectura y Crítica” near Federico Soriano and Dolores Palacios.
She tackles different projects; using the same care for ultralight art installations and huge constructions in the Arab Emirates
Carmen collaborates with Garrastudio as creative assistance in media campaign, exploring new audiovisual systems
Luis (1983), computer engineer with creative and artistic inqusitiveness. Has lived in Sweden and Barcelona where has developed programming skills and cursed a master degree in Project Management.
After spending 2017 traveling around Latin America as a backpacker he is currently living in Murcia working as freelance programmer
Luis is the proud developer of Garra-studio.com
Francisco (1978), works as an architect from San Pedro del Pinatar, Spain.
Thanks to his obsession with technology and digital design he became “the collector of machines”. In 2016 his amazing workshop got the Fab Lab certificate. Currently, He is the manager of Digital Craft Lab from where he develops all kind of CADCAM creative research.
“The collector of machines” translates digital lines to matter; he makes real Garrastudio pieces with patience and love.
Joaquín (1989) and Diego (1990) met five years ago in an architectural project lecture and formed a great team.
The cool partner collaborates and carries out their own research in the field of ephemeral design and architecture.
They have an incredible capacity to design and theorize from ordinary materials and situations.
Recently they joined Garrastudio as packaging designers.