about us

We are Andrea Flores and Lucía Soto. We have worked designing together since 2010, and in 2014 we founded Comité de Proyectos, a company dedicated to interior design and furniture sales, located in Mexico City.

What we enjoy most about our work is translating emotions and sensations into utilitarian objects and living spaces; that is, internalization. We like to create transcendent, durable and timeless pieces, with a contemporary style working hand in hand in collaboration with craft workshops.

Together with our team of designers and artisans we have developed three collections of sculptural objects that have been exhibited in museums and galleries in Mexico and abroad; and we also have an extensive catalog of furniture for residential and commercial use.

Our thinking is a constant flow between the subjective and the functional, the craft and the market, technique and art.

awards and recognitions

Sit  Furniture Awards | San Francisco chair winner in the Lounge chair category. 2023
AD100| part of 100 people who are revolutionising Mexican design and architecture. 2021
Phaidon | Part of the selection of designers in the book Woman Made: Great Women Designers. 2021
Part of the compilation of Phaidon's Great Women Designers | Terrazo Lira Table  (pag.99). 2021
Luxury Lifestyle Awards | Winning firm under Interior Design Studio category Winning London project under Apartment Interior Design category. 2021
Latina Magazine | "The New Generation of Mexican Designers". 2021
AD Magazine (21 aniversario) AD100 | A compilation of the one hundred creative people who are revolutionising Mexican design and architecture. (pág. 82). Junio 2021
Product design awards for restaurants and bars with the binomial lamp | Winner of the wall lamp category. 2017
Restaurant & Bar Producto Design Awards | Winner in lighting category the Binomios Lamp. 2017
Design Week México | Honourable mention for the aesthetics of the Binomios collection.. 2016


exhibitions and fairs

Design week Dominican Republic | Montesino Exhibition, by Galeria Philia. Presents Carmen: the barmaid from the Centinelas collection (2023)
MUAC "A Handmade Modernity" | Presents the Calaca armchair from the Binomios collection (2022)
Franz Mayer | "Diseño en Femenino" (Design in Feminine) Present with three pieces, Entropia bookcase, brass coat rack and San Francisco Chair (2022)
Galeria Ángulo Cero | Invited by the gallery to exhibit as a group for Zona Maco (Mexico, 2020)
Wanted Design New York | Invited by Design Week to group show (2018)
Museo MODO | Part of the museum's collection with the Binomios lamp (2018)
Design week Paris | Meet my Project gallery presented our lamp Bimomios (2017)

talks and conferences

YES RSID’s Digital Design Festival | Women Entrepreneurship Table Talk Toronto (2021)
Index Design | Masterclass (Montreal, 2019)
Women Entrepreneurship Table Talk | organised by YES RSID´s Digital Design Festival. 2021 - toronto, can
Rosedal Table Launch | Angle Zero Gallery - February 2021 - mex
Vertice Exhibition | Third edition of the linking programme with tecnotabla and casa de las lomas. 2021 - mex
Zona Maco | Ángulo Cero 2020 – mex
Kickstarter Presents | Abierto Mexicano de Diseño - November 2020 - mex
Conferencia UAM Azcapotzalco | 1er. día en la carrera de Diseño Industrial - Noviembre 2019 - mex
Conference | Master class Index design January 2019 - montreal, can
Design week | Design house - October 2018 - mex
Kickstarter at World Design Capital CDMX 2018 | Espacio CDMX August- September 2018 - mex
Wanted Design | NYC May 2018 - usa
Besign House | Besign Mexico February, March 2018 - mex
Mexicalidad diseño nuevas generaciones | Museo del Objeto MODO October 2018 - mex
Inédito | Design Week Mexico October 2018 - mex
Vision & Tradition | Design Week Mexico October 2017 - mex
Unpublished | Design Week Mexico October 2017 - mex
Kickstarter Presenta | Abierto Mexicano de Diseño October 2017 - mex
Meet My Project | Paris Design Week September 2017 - france
Zona Maco | February 2017 - mex
Inédito | Design Week Mexico October 2016 - mex


Wallpaper magazine | Montesino by Philia
NY Times | Six Modern Mexican Design Studios to Watch
Adorno | A case for design activism