Founder, director and professor
Jaime teaches the general jewellery making course. Putting special attention on the improvement of technique in the student. He draws from all his knowledge and sensitivity to guide the learning of the person to a complete individualized level.
Xavier Domenèch Frutos
Creative Process professor
Barcelona 1960. He studied jewelry in Escola Massana and Beaux Arts in University of Barcelona. Professor of the class of Projects in Escola Massana from 1989 to 2004. Solo and collective exhibitions in different cities of Europe, United States and Canada. Work in the el Scottish Museum d’Edimburg, in the Musueu für Kunst und Gewerbe d’Hamburg, in the Royal College of Londres, in the Museu del Disseny of Barcelona and in private collections.
Jeweller. Production and Orders in the Workshop, and Professor
Jordi studied in the Escuela de Arts i Oficis en la Escuela Industrial de Barcelona. He worked with different jewellers in Montevideo, Barcelona and Manchester, where he learned different techniques of directly modelling metal. The experience that he has acquired in this three cities has given him three different view points which he applies in the construction, reparation and restoration of his pieces.
Mollet del Vallès, 1961. He is a professional of jewelry who combines the creative work in his workshop with teaching. He has been a professor of jewelry in the Escola Massana de Barcelona for 20 years. His work has an important international projection in different countries of Europe and America.
Assumpta, ex-student of the school, is one of the few people that work with this technique in Barcelona. En 2009 Assumpta travelled to Rome, where she studied in the Academia de Arte Orafa de Salvatore Gerardi, guided by her great master and friend Antonio Antonelli. For two years she learned the foundation of classic jewellery and stone setting, thus giving her pieces the distinctness and necessary firmness for a good praxis. Completing this stage, she completed several courses under the supervision of maestro Giovanni Corvaja in the little town of Todi “Clasps and locks” and in Florence “Etruscan granulation”.