Inspired by the home altar familiar to most catholics. It is my modern take to the beauty of this religious object.
The oscillating waves and laid-back culture of the surfing capital of the north take form at the aptly-named La Union console table.
The Basilisa collection combines geometric forms with intricate lattice inspired by solihiya woven rattan designs, combining a delicate look with a firm sense of fortitude.
Inspired by organic forms, the Binhi collection stays faithful to the seed’s purpose in fostering growth.
The Rodolfo consoles are made with black veneer and mahogany, meticulously lined with pinnidae shell bursting from a lone aperture, creating a lustrous, organic effect.
Inspired by the Manila Metropolitan Theater’s arabesque and geometric art deco design, the Arellano collection seamlessly blends a soft organic aesthetic with a bold, taut aesthetic.
Inspired by the artistry of one of the oldest Visayan ethnic groups, the Santamaria stools marry past and present with modern chevron and houndstooth patterns.
A beloved classic rendered new, the B-Luxe design takes the wrought iron Batibot chair from the turn of the 20th century, reconstructed in chrome, copper and brass.
The Kristina is a dinnerware collection featuring different vignettes of everything Filipino.
Inspired by the style of carved cathedral candelabras, the Rosario collection refashions the look into a more restrained, modern piece.
The Josefina is a nod to the classic plantation lounge designs of post-colonial Philippines.
Bamboo chairs drawn from the memory of a quiet bamboo house on stilts, the Julia collection is inspired by Ito Kish’ grandmother and her provincial home.
The Baluster collection draws inspiration from the ubiquitous balustrades found in traditional Latin American and Filipino homes.