Heralding a new babaà series, Why I wake early, we welcome Lucas Jimeno Dualde.
After many team discussions about the way parenthood fuels our artistic endeavours, and always eager to know more about the people that inspire us, we asked some of our babaà friends to explore the notion of creating as parents.
Today, furniture and interior designer Lucas Jimeno Dualde gives us an insight into his children’s room, within which he has designed pieces especially for them.
It would be good to give much thought, before
you try to find words for something so lost,
for those long childhood afternoons you knew
that vanished so completely – and why?
We’re still reminded -: sometimes by a rain,
but we can no longer say what it means;
life was never again so filled with meeting,
with reunion and with passing on
Rainer Maria Rilke
Agnes Martin, Untitled, 1977. Watercolour and graphite on paper.
Lucien Hervé: Les vacances de Monsieur Le Corbusier.
Georges Braque – “Oiseau blanc et oiseau noir sur fond rouge”.
The children’s room
Is about the space we have for our children, and the way they come up to exist. Is about how their inner being, sensibilities and imagination start blooming and communicate with our own worlds.
The respectfulness for their freedom, decisions, the time in life that you create this shelter together. Their world, in a way so strange to us, that comes to live and asks to materialise its spiritual space.
Thank you Lucas!