I have already told you about Rompemoldes, this design building in the Macarena district where creators and craftsmen live, work and exhibit their production. Among luthier, ceramists and jewelry workshops, Todomuta (« everything is transformed » in Spanish) poses a modern look on creation. Sergio and Laura are developing design projects for galleries and institutions from around the world (their latest work, 25 meters high, stands in the hall of the House of European History in Brussels), as well as fashion and decoration products: ceramic pieces, a collection of bags or even furniture. A risky and almost unprecedented bet in a city like Seville, whose personality is forever torn between tradition and modernity. But it is precisely this tension that feeds the work of this young couple of creators, who does not hesitate to employ the know-how of traditional crafts in the realization of avant-garde works. Sophisticated and primitive, Todomuta’s pieces draw on archeology, nature or architecture and are timeless and ambivalent, inhabited and always in transition. Because everything is transformed.
Todomuta, calle San Luis 70