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Brasil Summerfest NYC 2013

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The 3rd edition of the ever growing Brasil Summerfest NYC saw diverse Brazilian musical outfits performing in various venues around NY – from Central Park SummerStage to the Blue Note to the Brooklyn Public Library.  “Already a New York Summer … Continue reading

The New York Times – Tajá line by Sergio Rodrigues

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On the Currents section of today’s New York Times, Stephen Milioti spotlights the re-edition of Sergio Rodrigues 1978 Tajá line .  An extroverted group of furniture, the Tajá line is  available in bright colors and natural wood, and offers a fun summer look for any outdoors setting!

Estado de São Paulo – Conexão Estados Unidos

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This past Sunday design and architecture journalist Marcelo Lima dedicated a 15-page layout on  Casa –  Brazilian newspaper Estado de São Paulo‘s Sunday magazine – to the current dialogue between Brazilian and American trends and production in design and architecture. The spread includes tours of … Continue reading

ELLE DECOR – Truth in Decorating

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Elle Decor’s current issue, Summer at Its Best, featured the outdoor Paulistano armchair, designed by Pritzker prize laureate Paulo Mendes da Rocha in 1957, as an ideal Summer seating option in the column Truth in Decorating.  In the feature, designers Kristen Mcginnis and Jamie Drake … Continue reading

A ‘Rio’ kind of Summer!

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Just in time for Summer it is just natural that Carlos Motta‘s  recent hit Rio dining chair would receive an outdoor version, seeing the piece celebrates the sunny and vibrant atmosphere of Rio de Janeiro with its famous beaches, mountains and effervescent … Continue reading

CASA International: Tribeca Fractal Pad

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This month’s issue of Beijing-based design publication Casa International, featured Architecture In Formation’s Tribeca Fractal Pad project: a 3,000 sq.ft. loft in  Manhattan’s fashionable Tribeca area.  The project contrasts a futuristic feel, with its stark white, faceted interior walls, with the warmth … Continue reading

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