We are very proud to participate in the Tetetlán project.

Tetetlán is a cultural center on a micro-local scale, a center of wellbeing which develops its local environment with an understanding of the human scale in its social impact. It is located in the space which was once the carpentry workshop of Casa Prieto, designed by the architect Luis Barragán.

The design and production work lasted for more than a year, a very enriching process which led us to experiment with new techniques for us, such as the weaving and the coloring with natural dyes, as well as the creation of pieces based on recycled material and wood rescued from the Casa Prieto itself.
The result is an integrated furnishing concept: library, chairs, library trolleys, tables, stools, filing cabinets and so forth; pieces inspired by the work of the great master Luis Barragan.

We invite you to come and see this fascinating project.

We thank Tetetlán and the Galeria ADN for their trust in us.



We are very proud to announce that at Itz, we have received the FSC – Forest Stewardship Council certification, recognized as the world's leading certification for well–managed forest products. Please inquire on our certified fsc® products.


INÉDITO AWARD for OCUM side tables!

We are excited to announce that our Ocum side tables have won the Inedito/ Design Week Mexico 2016 Award. It means a lot for us. It´s a recognition to 5 years of much effort and a motivation to continue evolving and always try to improve. It´s and award for all the ITZ team, our carpenters, painters, stockers, clients and all the people who constantly put their hearts in the Project.

Thank you!

October 5 – 9 / Museo Tamayo - Mexico City | Opening - Wednesday October 5th, 19:00 - 23:00 h.

WANTED DESIGN Save the Date!
May 13 - 26 / 2016 THE TUNNEL, Terminal Stores | No. 269 11th Avenue, New York. Mexico Pavillion #8 , stand #8

We are very excited to invite you to visit us at WantedDesign in New York next week, May 13-16.
We will be exhibiting our collection in the Mexico Pavilion #8, stand #8.
Hope to see you there and we would appreciate it if you could spread the word among your design-aficionado friends in New York.