Càntirnplora

Joan Cruanyes

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Càntirnplora

Joan Cruanyes

Bio

Born in L’Arboç (Baix Penedès) on January 29, 1957, Joan Cruanyes is professionally dedicated to architecture and design, combining architectural projects of great relevance with the design of magazines, books, programs, posters, images of company and exhibition assemblies.

Participates in the renovation and restoration of homes in different towns in Catalonia, including neoclassical and modernist buildings listed in L’Arboç and the Riber district of Barcelona, among others.

Contact

cruanyes@coac.cat

+34 933 213 200

Museu del Càntir d’Argentona

The Cantir Museum of Argentona has preserved and exhibits one of the largest collections of ceramic water jugs, more than 4,000 pieces spanning 3,000 years of man’s creation from the Bronze Age to contemporary time, and featuring several rare Picasso Cantirs.

In addition to the permanent collection, the Museum devotes one floor to thematic exhibitions about the world of ceramic water jugs and also has a gallery for rotating exhibits of contemporary artists of interest.

The Museum store offers publications, reproductions of museum pieces and a wide range of ceramic products.

 

Contact:

correu@museucantir.org

telèfon: 93 797 21 52

web: www.museucantir.org

Facebook: Museu del Càntir d’Argentona

Twitter: @museudelcantir

Instagram: Museu del Càntir d’Argentona

An original design by the architects Joan Cruanyes and Carles Bassó with the collaboration of Pol Cruanyes.

Cantirnplora

Càntirnplora part of the basic concept of the clay jug ​​but with the flat and round shape of a canteen. 

An original design by the architects Joan Cruanyes and Carles Bassó with the collaboration of Pol Cruanyes.

Designed on the occasion of the 68th Festa del Càntir d’Argentona, part of the basic concept of the clay jug ​​but with the flat and round shape of a canteen, hence its name. It has been edited in red and black with the aim of recovering the complementarity of these two colors already applied to the graphic and industrial design of the early twentieth century. 

It is a limited edition of 3,000 copies, 1,500 in red and 1,500 in black, individually numbered.

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