Cuban design evolves with its context. Yesterday and today it has shown its uniqueness, functionality and responsiveness to the needs of people, groups and organizations.
This becomes visible in the first issue of D aquí, a magazine of Cuban design and visual arts. In that issue, we interviewed Heidy Curbelo García, a designer and 3D artist. We presented VIBRA collection by Raiko Valladares and Jose Antonio Villa. We told the story of Rafael Morante during his work at OSPAAAL. We showed an atelier project by Ernesto Jiménez and Sofía Marques de Aguiar. Then, we promoted “Manufactura propia”, a studio by Nadia Medina and Francisco (Paco) Menéndez.