Maria Odelga - was our grandmother, who in the post-war period began to exchange water for food and liquor that could be exchanged for textiles, books and cigarettes. The machinations then became a flourishing beverage trade that stopped exchanging and took money. Maria Odelga is our godmother with her entrepreneurial spirit.
Alex Valder designs objects that can be produced in smaller quantities. The always well maintained contact with the manufacturer has a central role. His products sometimes appear simple and a bit stubborn, because anyway they do not strive for the mass market. That's probably why they are conquering a continuously growing circle of fans. Each object has its own story and develops its individual shape and applicability for a practical purpose.