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Cantu High Dining Chair

by Sergio Rodrigues

An early piece designed by Sergio Rodrigues, the Cantu High dining chair was prized in the IV Furniture Bienal in Italy in 1961, and was part of the original interior project of Brazil's capital Brasilia. A classic icon in Brazilian mid-century design. - Base structure available in four variations of beech wood - Upholstery offered in a variety of…

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Katita Dining Chair

by Sergio Rodrigues

- Base structure available in four variations of beech wood or imbuia wood - Upholstered in a variety of fabrics, COM/COL - Made to order The "Katita" chair combines classic and sinuous lines in its playful base, with a rigid element for its backrest. Sophisticated and unexpected, whimsical features, such as Rodrigues' signature circle cutouts, make…

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Lucio Dining Chair

by Sergio Rodrigues

Named after Lucio Costa, the acclaimed Brazilian architect who worked along Oscar Niemeyer on the development of Brasília, the 'Lucio' dining chair is a classic icon in Brazilian design. Simple and timeless, it combines modernist and regional elements. - Base structure available in four variations of beech wood or imbuia - Upholstery offered in a…

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Menna Dining Chair

by Sergio Rodrigues

Originally designed in 1978, the "Menna" chair embodies Sergio Rodrigues' distinctive, humorous aesthetic. When asked about the circle cut-out on the chair's headrest, Rodrigues replied that it is meant to loop through ladies' ponytails while seated to maximize comfort. - Base structure made of natural freijó wood - Seat and back available in natural…

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Oscar Lounge Armchair

by Sergio Rodrigues

- Base structure available in four variations of beech wood or imbuia wood - Upholstery offered in a variety of leathers or COL - Seat and back available in natural or aged cane - Made to order Sergio Rodrigues' "Oscar" armchair was originally designed in 1956 for the São Paulo Jockey Club. Its sinuous lines mimic those of Brasilia’s iconic buildings.…

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