Made in Mexico Design

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May 8, 2012
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  The colorful plastic mesh Foldable Chair, designed by Andrés Lhima ($85) is meant to be filled with paper, plastic bottles, fallen leaves, plastic bags, clothes, or other disposable scraps.
    The colorful plastic mesh Foldable Chair, designed by Andrés Lhima ($85) is meant to be filled with paper, plastic bottles, fallen leaves, plastic bags, clothes, or other disposable scraps.
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  The Tripod Cup ($28) was designed by Tony Moxham and Mauricio Paniagua and inspired by ancient Mayan and Aztec design.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    The Tripod Cup ($28) was designed by Tony Moxham and Mauricio Paniagua and inspired by ancient Mayan and Aztec design. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  The colorful Pirueta Table ($750) is made of hand-painted and enameled Mexican white pine and inspired by children's toys. The designers are Paulina Gonzalez-Ortega and Andres Ocejo.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    The colorful Pirueta Table ($750) is made of hand-painted and enameled Mexican white pine and inspired by children's toys. The designers are Paulina Gonzalez-Ortega and Andres Ocejo. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  A recent collaboration between Paulina Gonzalez-Ortega and Amaya Gutierrez,  the wall-mounted Perchero Coat Hanger ($275) is movable and re-arrangeable.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    A recent collaboration between Paulina Gonzalez-Ortega and Amaya Gutierrez, the wall-mounted Perchero Coat Hanger ($275) is movable and re-arrangeable. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  The birch plywood Miss Susan ($175), a mod take on a lazy susan, was designed by Cecilia León de la Barra last year.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    The birch plywood Miss Susan ($175), a mod take on a lazy susan, was designed by Cecilia León de la Barra last year. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  This rectangular maple Lago Bowl by Moises Hernandez ($175), inset with black stretchy fabric, is one of the chicest fruit bowls we've seen.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    This rectangular maple Lago Bowl by Moises Hernandez ($175), inset with black stretchy fabric, is one of the chicest fruit bowls we've seen. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  The Hanging Lamp, by Rodrigo Alegre and Carlos Acosta, is made from rubber cord and can be hung from a ceiling with an eye bolt.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    The Hanging Lamp, by Rodrigo Alegre and Carlos Acosta, is made from rubber cord and can be hung from a ceiling with an eye bolt. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  We love these sand-cast powder-coated aluminum Fuego Lento trivets, designed by Liliana Ovalle ($125). You get three and they can nest inside each other.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    We love these sand-cast powder-coated aluminum Fuego Lento trivets, designed by Liliana Ovalle ($125). You get three and they can nest inside each other. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  The energy-saving Flaca (meaning Skinny) LED light ($75), designed by Masiosare Studio, is a flat, tri-fold sheet of stainless steel that can be bent to reach any height up to fourteen inches.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    The energy-saving Flaca (meaning Skinny) LED light ($75), designed by Masiosare Studio, is a flat, tri-fold sheet of stainless steel that can be bent to reach any height up to fourteen inches. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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  The blown-glass Ba Tumbler by Bernardo Gomez Pimienta ($24) has a bluish tint and a playful shape that fits comfortably in one's hand.  Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
    The blown-glass Ba Tumbler by Bernardo Gomez Pimienta ($24) has a bluish tint and a playful shape that fits comfortably in one's hand. Courtesy of © MoMA 2011.
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