Los Trece Cielos (2021) Los trece cielos, (The Thirteen Skies) by Andrés Gutiérrez is a collection of objects and furniture that explores a Mexican worldview by redefining the weight of Mexico’s emotional and mythological identity.

Material: Solid white oak wood
Size: 90 x 40 x 185 cm

Inspired by the aztec goddes of life and death, Coatlicue whose name means “Serpent Skirt”.
Friendly shaped wooden representation of Coatlicue, the two serpent-headed godess becomes a striking solid white oak cabinet standing more than six feet tall.

The door handles represent the necklace of human hands and hearts hanging from the neck of the aztec monolith.
The base of the cabinet represents the godess´s sharp claws, surrounded by the skirt of snakes, a symbol of the earth as both creator and destroyer.

Four 40 cm deep shelves inside. Handcrafted in México in 2021.

Material: Solid white oak wood
Size: 120 x 75 x 35 cm

Inspired by the jaguar.
In the Aztec civilisation, jaguar was worshipped as a deity. Because of its ability to see in the night, they believed that jaguars were able to move between worlds.

This sacred animal is attributed has represented as well as the image of Tepeyóllotl, “The Heart Of The Mountain” , the Aztec god of mountains, earth movement and earthquakes Made of solid oak wood, this slim four-legs console, with hives all over the body, has solid sphere legs that look like been ready to pounce. Handcrafted in México in 2021.

Material: Oak white veneer (natural finish or color to choose)
Size:  172 x 35 x 80 cm

Inspired by Maquizcoatl, the two-headed serpent, symbol of justice and karma within the Aztec mythology.

This fun, as well as mysterious sculptural piece was the first one of the collection. The most remarkable characteristic of this two-headed snake is it´s texture made of small wooden welts arranged in a pattern covering its body on both sides of the credenza. Pay attention the detail of the two opened-jaw snake heads on both ends. Handcrafted in México in 2021

Material: White oak veneer
Size: 45 x 45 x 60 cm
Material: White oak veneer
Size: 60 x 60 x 40 cm
Material: Solid white oak wood with mahogany marquetry details
Size: 80 x 40 x 130 cm

Inspired by Tlaloc, “He Who Makes Things Sprout”, the mesoamerican god of the rain and the water.

Friendly shaped wooden representation of Tlaloc, with marquetry details on the outside handcrafted by local artisans. Door handles are a version of the mask of Tlaloc, with his peculiar goggles and the fanged mouth spitting water. 25-wine bottle capacity with the option of changing the interior bottle system for three complete shelves. Made of solid oak wood handcrafted in México in 2021