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Baixa Lounge Armchair

by Jayme C. Fonseca Rodrigues

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Balanço Lounge Armchair

by Lina Bo Bardi

The Balanço armchair is the only rocking chair created by Lina Bo Bardi. Heavy in appearance, yet cleverly geometric in execution, the chair's name translates to swing, balance, or rocking in Portuguese. This authentic re-edition is authorized by the Lina Bo and P. M. Bardi Institute and comes with a certificate of authenticity. - Base structure made…

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Banqueta Stool

by Gregori Warchavchik

Designed in 1928 by modernist Gregori Warchavchik, the Banqueta stool is one of the furniture pieces he designed to suit his seminal architectural projects. Hints of art deco commingle with Brazilian modernism, making the Banqueta an icon of Brazilian modern design. - Base structure made in a variety of native Brazilian woods - Upholstery offered in…

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Beg Executive Chair

by Sergio Rodrigues

- Base structure available in cherry wood or imbuia wood - Upholstery offered in a variety of leathers and COL - Available with wheels - Made to order Originally designed in 1967 for the conference room of the Banco do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Sergio Rodrigues' "Beg" executive chair features a comfortable bucket seat affixed to a rounded laminated…

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Benjamin Ottoman

by Sergio Rodrigues

The Benjamin ottoman, one of the last pieces Sergio Rodrigues designed and named after his grandson, embodying features of past iconic pieces. An ottoman that is both sleek and versatile, serving as a capsule design representing the trajectory of his oeuvre. - Base structure available in natural or stained freijó wood - Upholstery offered in a variety…

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Benjamin Lounge Armchair

by Sergio Rodrigues

The Benjamin lounge armchair, one of the last pieces Sergio Rodrigues designed and named after his grandson, embodying features of past iconic pieces. An armchair that is both sleek and versatile, serving as a capsule design representing the trajectory of his oeuvre. - Base structure available in natural or stained freijó wood - Upholstery offered…

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Beto Lounge Armchair

by Sergio Rodrigues

Designed in 1958, the "Beto" armchair pays heed to the slender lines, geometry, and stainless steel materials of the 1950's. Common in many of Rodrigues' pieces, the "Beto" includes functional and beautifully shaped wooden armrests, and made part of the original interiors in the official buildings of Brazil's capital, Brasilia. - Base structure available…

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Bianca Sideboard

by Sergio Rodrigues

- Base structure available in cherry wood or imbuia wood - Trivet and drawer handles in chrome-plated brass - Made to order Distinct and sophisticated the "Bianca" chest of drawers combines a two-tone wood frame and six drawers, with chrome-plated brass trivet and drawer handles. Free-standing and including 6 drawers, the "Bianca" is exemplary of Rodrigues'…

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Biguá Armchair

by Carlos Motta

The "Biguá" armchair was created by designer Carlos Motta and named after the native Brazilian bird Cormorant (Biguá). It was designed based on the measurements of reclaimed wood beams and it is known for its stark simplicity and ergonomic sophistication. - Base structure made of solid Cumaru wood - Suitable for both indoors and outdoors - Made to…

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Bola Armchair

by Unattributed

Pair of vintage armchairs designed in the 60s, made of Jacaranda Wood and belt leather.

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Bola de Latão Lounge Armchair

by Lina Bo Bardi

The Bola de Latão chair features a striking design: each front leg is capped with a brass sphere at the top - the translation of its name from Portuguese - and soft leather wrapped around a tubular iron structure and stretched using ties. It was produced only as a limited run of six for Lina Bo Bardi’s private Sao Paulo residence, the renowned Glass…

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Brasiliana Sofa

by Jorge Zalszupin

Jorge Zalszupin designed the Brasiliana sofa in the late 1950's as an homage to Brasilia - the recently founded Brazilian capital designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Sinuous forms shape its wooden frame, reminiscent of Niemeyer’s signature curves, and impeccably crafted details - wooden carved upholstery buttons, voluminous cushions, bolster pillow and brass…

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Brasiliana Lounge Armchair

by Jorge Zalszupin

Jorge Zalszupin designed the "Brasiliana" armchair in 1965 as an homage to Brasilia - as an homage to Brasilia - the recently founded Brazilian capital designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Sinuous forms shape its wooden frame, reminiscent of Niemeyer’s signature curves, as do its impeccable craft details: wooden carved upholstery buttons, voluminous cushions,…

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Braz Lounge Armchair

by Carlos Motta

Effortlessly striking and warm, the Braz lounge chair is a excellent addition to a variety of spaces. The leather or suede upholstery along its arms, back, and seat add a marking touch. - Base structure made of reclaimed peroba wood - Upholstery offered in a variety of leathers and COM/COL - Made to order

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Burle Marx #017 Art

by Leonardo Finotti

Edition of 5 + 2 APs

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Burle Marx #249 Art

by Leonardo Finotti

Edition of 5 + 2 APs

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Burle Marx #252 Art

by Leonardo Finotti

Edition of 5 + 2 APs

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Burle Marx #253 Art

by Leonardo Finotti

Edition of 5 + 2 APs

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Burton Dining Table

by Sergio Rodrigues

The name of the table is a tribute to his longtime friend, Michel Burton. In the early years of furniture creation Sergio Rodrigues already manifested great skill in the treatment of forms and the unexpected use of materials. With the Burton table, we can imagine Sergio dismantling a sailboat model to recompose the pieces that will take the form of…

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Caê Side Table

by Fernando Mendes

With its elongated oval top, the Caê side table is a perfect option for narrow spaces. The piece's design takes inspiration from a navigation sextant, commonly used in the Age of Exploration. - Base structure available in natural or stained freijó wood - Made to order

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Café Dining Table

by Jorge Zalszupin

The edges of this table can either be folded down or in as a square, or left up in an octagonal formation, giving an interesting, creative dimensionality to the piece. Jorge Zalszupin's name for the table, café, is the Portuguese word for coffee. - Base structure made of natural pau ferro wood - Closed dimensions W 39" x D 39" x H 29" - Open dimensions…

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Cafe Table Dining Table

by L'Atelier

A great Café table example from Jorge Zalszupin's company, L'Atelier, produced in the 1960's. The patchwork rosewood veneer and brass puddle feet are indicative of this iconic mid-century manufactures expert craftsmanship. 3x examples available

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Caju Coffee Table

by Carlos Motta

The Caju coffee table is solid, sleek, and bold. It is part of a furniture line by Carlos Motta that uses reclaimed and post-demolition wood, plentiful in urban centers like São Paulo. - Base structure made of itauba or peroba wood - Indoors itauba or peroba wood - Outdoors itauba wood - Made to order

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Camarero Stool

by Etel Carmona

Claudia Moreira Salles' Camarero stool combines splayed legs and framing, made from native Brazilian wood, with two, conjoined, woven leather seats. In Portuguese, its name means server or waiter. - Base structure available in a variety of native Brazilian woods - Seat available in four belt leather options - Part of Etel collection - Made to order

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