Morgui Súnico was born in 1992 with the intention of complementing and interrelating disciplines through professionals in the field of interior design, product and furniture design, temporary exhibitions, ephemeral installations, graphic design and art direction.
All these years of experience have made us see the importance of brand equity and we are currently coordinating our work with the process of documenting, filing and exposing the value of each project.
Projecting by and for people, respecting the place and the environment, emphasizing them as part of that essence and paying attention to details, combining industrial and artisanal processes. The possibility of integrating all the elements of the creation and production process guarantees the efficiency and responsibility of the efforts, optimizing both the economic resources and the time invested, providing a global and familiar service.
Av. República Argentina, 4, 2n 2a
08023 Barcelona – Spain
TOTOYA SÚNICO studies interior design at the Elisava school. He began his professional life in Jordi Bieto’s studio for three years. He set up his own studio together with Beatriz Arbide for a period of two years in which he acquired knowledge of the entire design production process. In 1992, together with Ferran Morgui, he began a new life and work project, until in 2006 they set up the company Morguisúnico S.L. Until today he has been dedicated to both national and international projects.
FERRAN MORGUI studies design at the Barcelona schools Elisava and Eina. Specifically, she is studying Interior Design at the Elisava School and Product at the Eina School. She has a degree in Design from the Official School of Barcelona and the BEDA at an international level. He teaches at Elisava School of Design (UPF), at Eina School of Art and Design (UAB) and at the Graduate School of Design at the UPC in Barcelona. He has participated in the AQU program as a professional for the evaluation of Barcelona’s design schools for their homologation to the university requirements of the Bologna plan. He has been a board member of ADI-FAD on several occasions and is currently a member of Design for the World. In 1992 he established his own professional office after his accumulated experience in various studios and companies, highlighting his position as head of communication and new products in the Galo / ben company. In recent years he has carried out projects for numerous companies and official organizations both nationally and abroad.
- Winners of the restricted competition for the design of the Marviva exhibition for the Agència de Residus de Catalunya (2018).
- Winners of the restricted competition for the design of the Premi de Catalunya d’Ecodisseny 2017 for the Agència de Residus de Catalunya (2017).
- Winners of the restricted competition for the reform of the Elisava University (2011).
- Winner of the design competition for Rooms 6 and 7 of the National Museum of Science and Technology MUNCYT in A Coruña (2010).
- Winner of the design contest for the island of stands of l’Agència de Residus de Catalunya for the Construmat, Ecocity and Municipalia contests (2009).
- Winner of the ICEX Spanish Pavilion design competition (2004) for the ICFF fair in New York.
- DELTA Awards Selection for the Orada office screen for Onadis (2003).
- Winner of the competition for the design of a new motorway toll booth organized by ACESA and BCD (1990).
- FAD Selection of the FAD Architecture and Interior Design Awards (1989) for the design of an office for Lottuse in Barcelona.
- DELTA Award (1986) for the bus shelter.
- LAUS Award (1984) for a set of Carnival posters.
- INFAD Medal (1980) for the remodeling project of the “Quinta Amelia” in Barcelona.