Cristián Mohaded is an Industrial Designer born in the Argentine countryside (Catamarca, in 1980). He has graduated from the National University of Córdoba. Shortly after graduating, he moved to Buenos Aires where he settled his own studio.

Nowadays, Cristián Mohaded is a prolific product and interior designer and art director, and known as a benchmark in Argentine design.

Throughout his career as a designer he has also won several design awards, such as Premio Vico Magistretti, De Padova (Italy), D&AD Global Student Award, Vitra Home (UK), Ternium Siderar (Argentina) and Salão Design Movelsul Brazil among others. He also participated in numerous national and international fairs and exhibitions.
He is devoted to develop and design products for private clients and national and international companies, such as Roche Bobois, Galería Serge Bensimon, Habitat and La Redoute (France), Gebruder Thonet Vienna, Penta (Italy), Mercado Moderno (Brazil), Valerie Goodman Gallery (USA).

R​ecently,​ ​ has been selected for ​the ​organization of​ ​ the ​Salon Satelite (Marva Griffin, Founder and Curator Salone​ ​Satellite​) ​​​like a Latin America, Rising Design​ ​/​ ​Design Emergente​ for be part of exhibition event for the Salone​ ​Satellite 2018, ​c​urat​ed by Campana brothers​ for Latin America selection.​

The past 2017, cristian mohaded is set to present his first individual exhibition titled ’Embryonic Objects’ in Praxis Gallery, Buenos Aires. the artworks delve into a process of personal design and creation, intimately linked to the sensitivity of the materials and the relationship that emerges between them and their ‘maker’. 
​In 2015, the designer has been selected for Maison&Objet Americas 2015 with seven other emerging North and South American talents, as a "Rising American Talent". Each of them represents his country and reflects the very fresh and emerging talent in his given design field.

In 2013, the Twist chair #2, (designed in collaboration with Arq. Ricardo Blanco) was selected by Dominique Forest and validated by the museum's committee, to be part of the permanent design collection of the “Musée Les Arts Décoratifs” in Paris, making it the first Argentine product in this collection.

Santiago Orionte

He is an industrial designer born in Argentina (Córdoba, 1988). I have graduated from the National University of Córdoba. I have founded and directed MÍNIMO ILUMINACIÓN where from the beginning I have bet on the competitive advantage in the design and the revaluation of the Argentine culture through it.

"I believe in creating value for society through organizations and developing a sustainable company over time, with a contribution to the objective culture of Latin America, which considers the care of resources and the development of a more equitable society."

While attending university, she participated in some international design competitions where he was a finalist in "SalaoDesign - Casa Brasil" 2009 edition and in "Talents Design II - sustainable design" 2011 edition organized by the Banco Santander Foundation of Spain.