Bernardo Urbina is a Costa Rican furniture designer. For six months, Urbina was a senior designer for Cebu’s Vito Selma. In 2014 he received media coverage for recylcing wooden furniture damaged in Typhoon Haiyan into new pieces of furniture and art.
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