ALMANAQUE SALÓN, a special collaboration to celebrate design culture, interiors and contemporary photography.

For the first edition of ALMANAQUE SALÓN, we proudly collaborate with Clemences Seilles, founder of the design studio Stromboli.Associates, sharing her vanguardist vision of design and interiors in dialogue with selected pieces from prestigious artists including José Luis Cuevas (MX, 1973), Tania Franco-Klein (MX), Jesús León (MX), Pablo Ortiz Monasterio (MX), Dorine Potel (FR) & Danila Tkachenko (RU).

This selection of international contemporary photography from our catalogue will be exhibited within an original immersive installation conceived by Stromboli.Associates showing furnitures, lightenings and objets d’arts.



ALMANAQUE SALÓN is part of ALMANAQUE Portafolio, division of ALMANAQUE fótografica, specialised in professional art direction, acquisition, consulting and curatorship for private, corporate and institutional projects including México’s leading museums and art institutions, as well as the art direction for the last three campaigns of Casa Palacio and photographic interior design for multinational at two different floors of Torre Virreyes designed by Teodoro González de León.


Stromboli.Associates is a contemporary design label and studio based in Mexico City, founded by the French industrial designer, artist and poet Clemence Seilles, which provides unique and unexpected objects and furni- ture that excite our imagination. It’s discerning customer is looking for a genuine and original design that stands out from what is available on the market place, yet at an affordable price. Besides every-year’s collection, the label also releases independent production designed by artists and poets producing sculptural objects, ges- ture and experiments throughout workshops.
Stromboli.Associates has collaborated with the Italian eyewear brand OXYDO, the fashion label Andrea Crews, the designers Elisa Valenzuela, Fabien Cappello and Travis Broussard, as well as the artists Theo Demans and Melanie Bonajo.