Héctor Diego, Valencia 1973.
“Shape value and proportion as design premises. Designs that look for timelessness as an added value, avoiding fashions or passing trends”.
Héctor Diego, Valencia 1973, Spain
Studies Technical Engineering in Industrial Design in Valencia, Master in Product Development in 1998, starts to work at the technical department of AIC / Martíne-Medina , established his own studio at 2001, working on Industrial Design, Product development, Exhibitions and Art Direction.
Designs for recognized companies like Toyota, Perobell, Añón Querol, Ibersilla, De la Oliva, Koo International, Indartu, Oe, Viccarbe, Novum, Kendo, LZF lamps and La cocina Miele, where he has developed different projects like furniture, exhibitions, lighting, bath, office or urban furniture. also takes part of the art direction for some clients.
He participates in numerous international exhibitions. His work has recently been showed in cities like Tokyo , New York, Frankfurt, Paris. Some selections of his design for international design prices cDIM. Finalist at international design prices cDIM , Valencia Fair 99. Prize cDIM Valencia Fair 2001 as art director for Viccarbe.
In 2008 he colaborates with Toyota in the Interior Coordination Finishings for japanese and european market of the model Toyota IQ.
In 2010 receives the prestigious Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture, Design and Ltd. Chicago Metropolitan Art in the category of furniture with Plane benches produced by DelaOliva, an award that assesses the design of the highest quality of form, function and aesthetics, and represents the excellence of the product, endurance and strong public identity.
Becoming part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Design in Chicago.
In 2011 Plane benches wins Delta Awards 2011 Selection. FAD Barcelona.
Colleccions for KENDO