澳洲幸运10开奖号码结果查询-澳洲幸运10官网历史开奖结果 Craft Design Construction was founded in 2012 by the late Cristina D’Cotta, architect, FAUP (Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto). In April 2014, following a courageous battle against cancer, with extreme dignity and willpower, Cristina sadly passed away. Abbreviated to CDC to reflect Cristina’s name and the craft, design and construction materials that inspired her, the company is continued under the directorship of her architect husband, Richard.
CDC serves as a legacy to Cristina’s vision of bringing Portuguese craftsmanship and materials to a wider public, to inspire others in the same way she was inspired. Items include furniture and lighting designed by architects Álvaro Siza Vieira and Eduardo Souto de Moura, educators from her alma mater.
Portugal is a good example where its artisans and designers use the same material across different product ranges. A culture that maximises on creativity whilst minimising on waste. This has generated a range of innovative and resourceful products designed to a low carbon footprint. With minimum impact on the environment. Products include cork flooring, toys and products, rugs woven with cork and cotton, and textiles made from the waste generated by the manufacturing of clothing. Handmade toys are crafted with recycled wood and luxury artisan animals are made from locally sourced wool.