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102 Bench

by Jorge Zalszupin

Jorge Zalszupin's 102 bench is characterized by its form-fitting divets and loose cushions designed to sit within, resting upon a metal base. - Base structure made of black iron - Seat made of natural american walnut - Cushion available in a variety of fabrics, leather, COM and COL - Reissued by Etel - Made to order

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1950s Side Table

by Joaquim Tenreiro

These minimal, yet elegant side tables were designed by Joaquim Tenreiro in the 1950s. Construction of solid Jacaranda wood with perfectly inserted glass makes this a collectors set.

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1950s Metal and Rope Lounge Armchair

by Martin Eisler

Vintage armchair and ottoman designed in the 1950’s by Martin Eisler & Carlo Hauner. Arms made in solid Jacaranda wood. Seat and backrest supported by ropes attached to the black patina, iron base structure.

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1960s Coffee Table

by L'Atelier

Jacaranda square coffee table with wheels. Designed in the 1960s

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1960s Costela Armchair

by Unattributed

This pair of 1960s Costela armchairs display a jacaranda base which transitions to a rib-like encasement along their back, recalling the meaning of "costela," the Brazilian word for rib. -Jacarandá-veneered wood -Brass detailing -Upholstered

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1960s Three Tier Side Table

by Unattributed

As its name suggests, the 1960s Three Tier side table, presents an architectural terracing of three wooden levels, combined by stilts, allowing continuity in pattern. -Pau-ferro with jacarandá inlay -Black lacquered feet

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720 Lounge Armchair

by Jorge Zalszupin

The exposed wood and fabric fitting details, make Jorge Zalszupin's 720 chair unique. Futhermore, they echoe concurrent design tendencies, like in the Mole Armchair by Sérgio Rodrigues, or the PegLev line by Michel Arnoult. - Base structure made of a variety of native Brazilian woods - Seat available in four belt leather options - Reissued by Etel…

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801 Sofa

by Jorge Zalszupin

Jorge Zalszupin designed the 801 sofa in the early 1960s for his seminal Brazilian mid-century design firm L’Atelier. Its delicate, tapered wooden feet, straightforward frame and slight angled arms have been rediscovered and reissued as a long-lost Brazilian mid-century treasure. - Base structure made of sucupira wood - Upholstery offered in a variety…

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9 de Julho Side Table

by Etel Carmona

9 de Julho side table is simple, elegant and interesting; the openings at each of its four corners are particularly distinguishable. The table's name refers to the date of protests in Brazil that pushed for re-democratization and a new constitution. -Available in a variety of FSC-certified woods -Combination of wood and marble top or all wood construction…

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Adriana Lounge Armchair

by Jorge Zalszupin

Named after Jorge Zalszupin's granddaughter, Adriana, and originally designed in 1962, this lounge chair pursues a graceful elegance achieved in its thin and angular features. The Adriana's brass detailing and frontally elevated, folded seat should be noted. - Base structure made in a variety of native Brazilian woods - Upholstery offered in a variety…

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Alex Dining Table

by Sergio Rodrigues

The rare vintage 'Alex' Dining Table by Sergio Rodrigues, carries a jacarandá top, base, and detailing throughout, allowing for a understated, yet sturdy piece. -Made in jacarandá wood

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Alex Dining Table

by Sergio Rodrigues

A rare vintage 'Alex' Dining Table by Sergio Rodrigues, with glass top and Jacarandá wood structure.

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Alta Ottoman

by Oscar Niemeyer

The first piece of furniture designed by Oscar Niemeyer, alongside his daughter, Anna Maria Niemeyer, in 1971, the Alta ottoman exemplifies the exquisite curves made famous in Niemeyer's influential modern architecture. - Base structure made of lacquered wood or stainless steel - Upholstery offered in a variety of fabrics and leather - Embedded seal…

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Alta Lounge Chair

by Oscar Niemeyer

The first piece of furniture designed by Oscar Niemeyer, alongside his daughter Anna Maria Niemeyer in 1971, the Alta lounge chair exemplifies the exquisite curves made famous in Niemeyer's influential modern architecture. - Base structure made of lacquered wood or stainless steel - Upholstery offered in a variety of fabrics and leather - Embedded…

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Alta Metal Ottoman

by Oscar Niemeyer

The first piece of furniture designed by Oscar Niemeyer, alongside his daughter Anna Maria Niemeyer in 1971, the Alta ottoman exemplifies the exquisite curves made famous in Niemeyer's influential modern architecture. - Base structure made of stainless steel - Upholstery offered in a variety of fabrics and leather - Embedded seal certifying its authenticity…

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Alta Metal Lounge Chair

by Oscar Niemeyer

The first piece of furniture designed by Oscar Niemeyer, alongside his daughter Anna Maria Niemeyer in 1971, the Alta lounge chair exemplifies the exquisite curves made famous in Niemeyer's influential modern architecture. - Base structure made of stainless steel - Upholstery offered in a variety of fabrics and leather - Embedded seal certifying its…

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Alvorada Armchair

by Carlos Motta

The “Alvorada” armchair is associated with the durability and well-being that the noble wood Cumaru can offer. It’s ergonomics also adds to its desirability.

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Alvorada Sofa

by Carlos Motta

The 3-seat “Alvorada” sofa is associated with the durability and well-being that the noble wood Cumaru can offer. It’s ergonomics also adds to its desirability.

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AM Sideboard Lighting

by Claudia Moreira Salles

Limited Edition of 25 - Available Edition #4, natural niobium and pau ferro wood - Available Edition #5, purple niobium and walnut wood Sintonia Fina is a limited edition series of table, floor and ceiling lamps. The pieces are made with reclaimed wood, copper and niobium, a rare mineral, found in Brazil, used mainly in alloys to strengthen steel.…

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AM Table Lighting

by Claudia Moreira Salles

Limited Edition of 25 - Available Edition #4, purple niobium and Riga pine wood Sintonia Fina is a limited edition series of table, floor and ceiling lamps. The pieces are made of reclaimed wood, copper, niobium - a rare mineral found in Brazil and used mainly in alloys to strengthen steel. The niobium parts of the lamps are made from sheets of the…

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Amazonia Art

by Eliseu Cavalcante

Limited edition of 5 +1AP. Amazônia print is part of a project called Natutama, which means "The world under water" in Ticuna, a language spoken by approximately 40,000 people in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. This photo project wasn't developed in a journalistic nature, but as a visual experience of a different Amazon than most people imagine. The photographer,…

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Amorfa Coffee Table

by Arthur Casas

Part of Arthur Casas’ ‘Amorfa’ collection, a word that signifies the absence of a determined form, the Amorfa Coffee table exists as both an aesthetically interesting and practical, modern piece. The base is made of stainless steel, and its top is available in a variety of woods.

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Amorfa Ottoman

by Arthur Casas

- Base structure made of concrete covered in painted metal - Made to order - Fabric COM Amorfa signifies the absence of a defined form. This uniquely shaped ottoman is both aesthetically interesting and practical.

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Amorfa Jumbo Dining Table

by Arthur Casas

Part of Arthur Casas’ ‘Amorfa’ collection, a word that signifies the absence of a determined form, the Amorfa Jumbo dining table exists as both an aesthetically interesting and practical, modern piece. Designed to accommodate a large group, it looks to reinvent the traditional round table; its oval triangular shape helps ease conversation among…

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