Conversations about design: BEAUTY (with Jesús Terrés, Maite Sebastiá and Javier Cañada)

Conversations about design: BEAUTY (with Jesús Terrés, Maite Sebastiá and Javier Cañada)

07
May
12:00H
Friday

A very special three-way conversation, about beauty.

Exclusive premier online, on our YouTube channel.


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Add to calendar 05/07/21 12:00 05/07/21 Europe/Madrid Conversations about design: BEAUTY (with Jesús Terrés, Maite Sebastiá and Javier Cañada) Premiered on Friday 7 May on our YouTube channel. We are airing a cycle of conversations about design, from our new television studio. The first date arrives with a meeting of three voices: with Jesús Terrés (director of the Guía Hedonista), Maite Sebastiá (fashion journalist) and Javier Cañada (director of the Tramontana Institute). With reflections able to shed light on figures such as Plato, C. Tangana, Coco Chanel, Dieter Rams, Cartier Bresson and Martin Luther… And ideas such as beauty, minimalism or Mediterranean-ness. In similar and contrasting terms, these three figures transport us and submerge us in a very diverse and nutritive debate. How does one work with the concept of beauty in the field of design? Which figures legitimise it? Is it democratic or elitist? Is it universal or does it depend on the culture in which it is framed?

A very special three-way conversation, about beauty.

Exclusive premier online, on our YouTube channel.

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Premiered on Friday 7 May on our YouTube channel.

We are airing a cycle of conversations about design, from our new television studio. The first date arrives with a meeting of three voices: with Jesús Terrés (director of the Guía Hedonista), Maite Sebastiá (fashion journalist) and Javier Cañada (director of the Tramontana Institute).

With reflections able to shed light on figures such as Plato, C. Tangana, Coco Chanel, Dieter Rams, Cartier Bresson and Martin Luther… And ideas such as beauty, minimalism or Mediterranean-ness. In similar and contrasting terms, these three figures transport us and submerge us in a very diverse and nutritive debate.

How does one work with the concept of beauty in the field of design? Which figures legitimise it? Is it democratic or elitist? Is it universal or does it depend on the culture in which it is framed?