CuldeSac, a Valencia, Spain based design collective is much more than a design studio. Set up in August 2002 as a “creative space”, CuldeSac is an open dynamic space where creatives from different fields (electronics, furniture, lighting, painting, hairdressing…) meet and join forces to develop shared projects under one common denominator: multidisciplinarity. The strength of the studio is grounded in the interface between the four core members—Francisco Pons, Alberto Martinez, Pepe Garcia and Pilar Roger—and other creatives from various disciplines coming from Spain and the rest of the world who join the team in meeting specific needs and demands of each individual project.
CuldeSac not only offers its services to companies in search of solutions to their problems, but also to all types of professionals including anyone with an interesting idea worth pursuing or with an exciting freestyle lab for observation, investigation and project development. To make it even easier for outside professionals to join the team, CuldeSac has a small apartment attached to its work space. By offering the conditions for coexistence beyond the purely professional, and potentialising the human dimension, CuldeSac guarantees a truly unique experience.
Work of the innovative, multidisciplinary design group ranges from graphic design to product design and anything in between. Current projects have included the Lladrós Re-Ciclos project, BonEstile’s Welcome chair, and the Whisper chair for Bernhardt Design. In 2005, CuldeSac’s labyrinthine booth design for Lladró won the Valencia International Furniture Fair award for Best Interior Design.