Camper Together

A Model of Collaboration

Camper Together

Martí Guixé

Barcelona, 1964.

"Postcard Shop", "Info-Shops", "Walk in Progress"... the most quintessentially Camper Together stores are the product of the brand's collaboration with Martí Guixé. In these dynamic, expressive spaces, the message is the design, and the design is the message. Martí Guixé invents and creates everything from temporary recyclable shops to interactive premises that invite visitors to interact, write, draw, think, share, converse or send postcards. Creative licence, no holds barred. The medium is the message.

About Martí Guixé
Guixé answers to many descriptions: "ex-designer", "technogastrosopher", "tapas pro" or "multi-talent". In 1983 he completed his studies in Interior Design at Elisava, the Barcelona University School of Design, and in 1985 he graduated from the Polytechnic School of Design in Milan with a degree in Industrial Design. The unconventional work of this concept creator, idea builder and atypical designer has caught the attention of major firms in the field of creativity and design, such as Alessi, Authentics, Corraini, Danese, Dentsu, Drill, Droog Design, Isee2 and Vitra, for whom he has developed singular projects that have earned this "ex-designer" a spot in the international limelight. His work can be found at the MoMA, the National Art Center, Tokyo, the Centre Pompidou, Paris, the Design Museum London, and the Museum für angewandte Kunst, among other institutions.