Originally designed in the mid-1960’s for the lobby of Brasilia’s Itamaraty Palace, which houses the Ministry of External Relations of Brazil, Sergio Rodrigues’ Parati chair was an instant hit due to its modern, seemingly floating, design and ultra comfort. Named … Continue reading →
Houzz’s Cathy Lara’s Sergio Rodrigues feature, looks at the resurgence of his design, the recent openings of his shop in shop at both ESPASSO NY and LA and the design of his Chifruda armchair. Check out the article here.
The West Coast’s first Sergio Rodrigues shop-in-shop, featuring a full range of furniture by the iconic Brazilian designer, including an extensive selection of re-editions Public Opening: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 ESPASSO is pleased to announce the opening of its new … Continue reading →
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 →
ESPASSO SERGIO RODRIGUES LA The West Coast’s first Sergio Rodrigues shop-in-shop, featuring a full range of furniture by the iconic Brazilian designer, featuring an extensive selection of re-editions. The shop marks a return to the West Coast for Sergio Rodrigues … Continue reading →
Promoted as Belgrade’s first world-class luxury concept hotel, the Square Nine Hotel, designed by Isay Weinfeld, offers a sophisticated alternative to the city’s numerous chain hotels. Located in the historic center of Belgrade, the hotel includes a sun-washed 18-meter lap … Continue reading →
The latest edition of Rio Fashion Week, January 2012, featured a large scale exhibition and celebration of iconic furniture designer and architect Sergio Rodrigues’ vast oeuvre. Calling attention to some of Rio’s hippest cultural producers, Rio Fashion Week Curator, Mari … Continue reading →