Located in Tijuana since June 2014, Object is a platform that promotes Mexican design, offering a selection of artists and designers focused mostly on preserving the traditional crafts of our country. Object features design pieces made with natural and high quality materials and is proud to represent more than 45 brands within its showroom.
OBJECT: from artisan to table
What this is
Studio Tours give a look inside the studios of public artists and designers around San Diego and Tijuana.
When & Where
- Sep 10: 6-10pm
- $145 Register
TagsDesign = ConnectionDiscipline Craft, Culinary, Experience, Product
Object is a platform that promotes Mexican design and has become the connection between artisans, designers, and our customers. Join us as we narrate a story beginning at the underground caves in the town of Becal, Campeche were Jipi-japa is handwoven, showing how Object connects, curates, and supervises objects with our clients who value high-quality pieces with a story. Watch a video featuring artisans Felipe and Milagro de Atocha from Campeche, Mexico, Salvador Compañ the designer, Veronica Hernandez, the curator and award-winning chef Roberto Alcocer from Valle Restaurant.
On the evening of September 10th, a 5-course dinner paired with selected wines from Valle de Guadalupe, will be held at Valle Restaurant in Oceanside – featuring locally sourced ingredients from Valdivia Farms, Jr. Organics and Martinez Farms with a menu that includes:
- Humbolt fog quesadilla with black truffle
- Chayote and spotted prawn agua chile
- Black cod, black garlic, black beans
- Carne asada (aged grill wagyu, burnt guacamole, salsa and tortillas)
- Chocolate Metate
Reserve and purchase tickets directly with the restaurant at sevenrooms.com.
Tap the image below to watch the video.
ABOUT THE HOSTS
Verónica Hernández is the founder of Be Love Projects, Object and 9 Lamat — projects which promote cultural exchange, the dissemination of Mexican design and the education of children in Mexico.
Roberto Alcocer has worked in high profile kitchens in both Spain (La Broche) and Mexico City (Pujol), before returning to the area where he opened Malva, a farm-to-table, open air kitchen in the Valle de Guadalupe.
Salvador Compañ was born in Ciudad del Carmen, an island in the state of Campeche Mexico and has worked in the fashion industry in Melbourne, Buenos Aires, and Mexico City.