Eatability for BLM

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Miguel Silva is an industrial designer with a multicultural perspective on design. His design experience has covered a variety disciplines including insights, user experience, speculative and product design. Originally from Mexico, Miguel has had the opportunity to work for clients across America, Europe and Asia.

Miguel holds a Bachelor in Industrial Design from Universidad del Valle de Mexico (2010), and recently completed Masters degree in Product Design at Domus Academy in Milan (2013), where he worked on variety of projects in collaboration with companies such as Gufram, BLM group, Rotaliana, and Alessi.

His work has been featured in several renown design platforms around the world such as Behance, Coroflot, Yanko Design, Designboom, Tuvie and published around the world..

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Overview

BLM group sets itself up as a global partner for the whole tube processing, from laser cutting to cold saw, bending, end forming measurement with worldwide presence. Their clients were Ducati, Ferrari, and many more.
Unfortunately, most of its clients are using BLM’s technology for their structure arts, it’s mean that visually hidden from the sight of end users.
We decided to exposed the beauty of this technology through a domestic landscape product so people can admire the sophisticated of innovation.

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