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Ipanema armchair by Jorge Zalszupin

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Originally designed in the 1960’s by Jorge Zalsuzpin, and named after the Rio de Janeiro beach and the romantic bossa nova songs it inspired, the Ipanema armchair offers a comfortable and smart design as relaxing as the eponymous carioca beach. Hand-crafted out … Continue reading

Vogel desk by Etel Carmona

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The name of designer and entrepeneur Etel Carmona has been synonymous with pristine furninture-making for decades.  Seeing her atelier, outside of São Paulo, is quite possibly the most comprehensive carpentry in Brazil – responsible for the reissues of the most … Continue reading

Radar Armchair by Carlos Motta

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Affixed on a four-legged oxidized iron swivel base, Carlos Motta’s swift Radar armchair contours the body with its ergonomic wood-slatted seat and back, hand-crafted from reclaimed native Brazilian Peroba Rosa wood. Riffing on the utilitarian design of a spinning radar, the stylish and functional Radar … Continue reading

‘Trama’ line by Jacqueline Terpins

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Jacqueline Terpins is a São Paulo-based artist and designer who has exhibited extensively in Brazil and abroad. With a background in multiple disciplines, such as glass blowing, industrial design and fine arts, Terpins has been commissioned to develop various design … Continue reading

Gregori Warchavchic line

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Designed in the 1930’s, Gregori Warchavchic’s pieces in many ways represent the beginning of the Modern era in Brazil. With Art Deco influences, Warchavchic’s use of Brazilian woods and cultural references heighten the elegance and poise of his pieces, all of … Continue reading

‘Palhinha’ by Branco & Preto

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Synthesizing the gracefulness of Brazilian mid-century design, with its delicate legs and caned seat and back, the Palhinha dining chair was designed in 1952 by the esteemed design group Branco & Preto. Spearheaded by renowned architects Miguel Forte and Carlos … Continue reading

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