The Amorfo design factory has been working since 2005, by exploring and intermixing several disciplines.
Architecture is the master batch, constantly blending with a variety of subjects like technology, design, materials, contemporary art and fashion, with the aim of discovering new levels of interpretation as well as new design languages.
Amorfo investigates, analyzes and develops all these subject areas to promote and provide a new platform of interdisciplinary design to be applied to production fields wich are usually subject to self referential standards.
This cross-sectional approach finds its implementation in a range of environments such as the living, the work and leisure settings, and is performed through a series of activities ranging from a brand new building to a minimal installation, always bringing a crafty dimension to the final product.
Every design project is a challenge and a valuable opportunity to look into the human need for living and feeling the space in which one exists and moves.
Chamo San. Illustrator based in Barcelona
Grass Grows, 1969
Soil and grass, Variable dimensions. Edition 1/5.
Courtesy FRAC Nord Pas de Calais. © Adagp, Paris.
Pier Paolo Pasolini 
Rosemarie Baltensweiler; Rico Baltensweiler. Two table lights, ‘Minilux’ and ‘20S’, 1965/68. H. 44.5 x 13 x 17.5 cm; H. 27 x 17.5 x 47 cm. Made by Baltensweiler, Ebikon. 
Seawright, James: Network III, 1971, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 1971. Photo: Eric Sutherland (Davis: Experiment 1975, p.195).
Schrank8 #4 - Miek Zwamborn - Mint green on mos green metallic paper

'The place of broken promises'. Yugoslavia, 1984. The sculpture was declared a Slovenian National Monument in 2000. | Photo: Courtesy of Gary Dwyer.
Raphael Soriano Case Study HouseSoraino’s 1950 Case Study House was assembled in three days, from prefabricated building components.

nate hylden