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Zanini de Zanine Home Accessories

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Young Brazilian designer Zanini de Zanine has captivated attention worldwide with his straightforward and elegant design for the past 10 years. Designing in two distinct lines of production: one favoring small, or unique, editions of solid wood furniture made from reclaimed native … Continue reading

Vintage Arrivals at ESPASSO NY

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ESPASSO NY just received stunning vintage pieces from Brazil!  Included are a much sought after pair of Martin Eisler’s armchairs ca. 1955, with Eisler’s signature delicate metal frame and wooden arm inserts, a spectacular pair of  armchairs by Rino Levi, ca. 1960 and … 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

New Vintage Arrivals at ESPASSO NY

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ESPASSO NY just received several  stunning vintage pieces from Brazil!  Included are a much sought after pair of Martin Eisler’s Costela armchairs, 1955,  armchairs by Percival Lafer, ca. 1960, a pair of  Jean Gillon’s incredible Amazonas armchairs, 1960, amidst several other one-of-a-kind, mid-century gems. … Continue reading

Outdoor Paulistano Chair

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The timeless classic Paulistano chair, designed in 1957 by Paulo Mendes da Rocha (2000 Mies van der Rohe Prize and 2006 Pritzker Prize honoree) gains a much anticipated outdoor version. Originally part of the Athletic Club of São Paulo, one of Rocha’s … Continue reading

‘Mocho’ stool by Sergio Rodrigues

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Designed by Sergio Rodrigues in 1954, the Mocho stool takes aesthetic and functional cues from a traditional cow-milking stool.  The Mocho features a seat and legs sculpted out of solid Beech, shaped in Rodrigues’ signature bulbous form, which is itself … Continue reading

‘Mesas’ by Arthur Casas

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Designed by Arthur Casas for Etel Carmona the delicate Mesas collection forms an archipelago that can be playfully arranged in a number of configurations.  The sinuous lines of the Mesas evoke the mid-century modern aesthetic while referencing the rich Brazilian … Continue reading

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