I’m talking with María, Pablo and Alberto. They are three but sometimes they look like one. They are quiet, observant and they seem to share the same spirit, although, after a while; I realize that each one of them possesses some peculiarity that connects the three of them as well as it differentiates them from one another. Maybe that's why they complement themselves so well.
When they work, they are discreet and thoughtful, they never overlook any detail, and it makes me feel that they don’t take anything for granted as they chew on their ideas. They like to talk about their project and acknowledge that they are prone to question themselves everything even though they are a non-conformist, resolute and hard working group.
They tell me that their creative process is meticulous and demanding and craftsmanship is always present in it. While they think about something else to describe themselves, I confirm that the balance and connection that they project is, as I intuited, the key of Twobo.
The conversation is over. The results they achieve are different, rigorous and of great quality, but they —reserved and modest—, will never say this to me.