Welcome to not cancelled MADE, Brazil's biggest digital design fair. Until August 19, we will present an exciting program of digital art events and an online exhibition of our participants. All objects presented are available for sale via the “inquire” button.
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Program
Luctus Murnan'
Luctus Murnan'
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Casa Costillas
Casa Costillas
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Namaschair
Namaschair
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CORRESPONDANCE
CORRESPONDANCE
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get lost studio
get lost studio
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Interview with Roberto Romero
Interview with Roberto Romero
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Luctus Murnan'
Luctus Murnan'
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Instituto Campana e Aliança de Misericórdia - Capítulo 1
Instituto Campana e Aliança de Misericórdia - Capítulo 1
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Canário Chair Production
Canário Chair Production
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MADE 2020 - LIVE 1: ELCIO GOZZO E BRUNO SIMÕES
MADE 2020 - LIVE 1: ELCIO GOZZO E BRUNO SIMÕES
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The making of the Sela stool
The making of the Sela stool
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Marina Rodrigues - "Particular Balance"
Marina Rodrigues - "Particular Balance"
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Guarda-Luz collection
Guarda-Luz collection
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The making of Acorda, a sight specific art installation.
The making of Acorda, a sight specific art installation.
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Luiza Caldari, Tufting Rug
Luiza Caldari, Tufting Rug
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Getting wood from an 60years old fishing boat
Getting wood from an 60years old fishing boat
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Plataforma de questionamento produtivo
Plataforma de questionamento produtivo
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Marcelo Bilac- Brazilian Furniture Design - Murici - Brasil
Marcelo Bilac- Brazilian Furniture Design - Murici - Brasil
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How to born a Neon Light artwork
How to born a Neon Light artwork
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STUDIO
STUDIO
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unique pieces in series
unique pieces in series
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Xingu Collection, a story written by many hands
Xingu Collection, a story written by many hands
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Juno Coat Rack
Juno Coat Rack
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Becoming a RING
Becoming a RING
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Wednesday, August 05:
- 10:00 AM Becoming a RING / Sabrina Borges
- 3:00 PM Juno Coat Rack / T44 studio
Thursday, August 06:
- 10:00 AM Xingu Collection, a story written by many hands / Yankatu - design com alma
- 3:00 PM unique pieces in series / Rodrigo Silveira
Friday, August 07:
- 10:00 AM STUDIO / Sabrina Borges
- 3:00 PM How to born a Neon Light artwork / Galeria Choque Cultural
Saturday, August 08:
- 10:00 AM Marcelo Bilac- Brazilian Furniture Design - Murici - Brasil / Marcelo Bilac
- 3:00 PM Plataforma de questionamento produtivo / Rodrigo Silveira
Sunday, August 09:
- 10:00 AM Getting wood from an 60years old fishing boat / ELAYA DESIGN
- 3:00 PM Luiza Caldari, Tufting Rug / Luiza Caldari
Monday, August 10:
- 10:00 AM The making of Acorda, a sight specific art installation. / Humano Art Lab
Tuesday, August 11:
- 10:00 AM Guarda-Luz collection / F.studio
Wednesday, August 12:
- 10:00 AM Marina Rodrigues - "Particular Balance" / MARINA RODRIGUES
Thursday, August 13:
- 10:00 AM The making of the Sela stool / Ricardo Graham Ferreira
Friday, August 14:
- 10:00 AM Canário Chair Production / Farpa
- 10:00 AM MADE 2020 - LIVE 1: ELCIO GOZZO E BRUNO SIMÕES / MADE
- 3:00 PM Instituto Campana e Aliança de Misericórdia - Capítulo 1 / Instituto Campana
Saturday, August 15:
- 10:00 AM Luctus Murnan' / Dimitrih Correa
Sunday, August 16:
- 10:00 AM Interview with Roberto Romero / Roberto Romero
Monday, August 17:
- 10:00 AM get lost studio / get lost studio
- 3:00 PM CORRESPONDANCE / Fabiana Queiroga
Tuesday, August 18:
- 10:00 AM Namaschair / JULIA KRANTZ
- 3:00 PM Casa Costillas / Casa Costillas
Participants
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Tiago Curioni i
MARINA RODRIGUES i
Maria Fernanda Paes de Barros i
Fernando Barcellos i
Lena Emediato i
Luisa Velludo i
Thiago Bicas i
Dimitrih Correa i
Sabrina Borges i
Marla Rabelo
pax ¦ i
Roberta Rampazzo i
Manu Reyes i
Manu Reyes i
Thiago Bicas i
Sabrina Borges i
Estúdio Iludi i
Aurélia Cerulei i
Luiza Caldari i
Lurca i
Roberto Romero i
Roberto Romero i
Gustavo Dias i
Danilo Vale i
Massa Branca by Alex Cerveny i
Massa Branca by Alex Cerveny i
Jucá Mobília i
Aurélia Cerulei i
Aurélia Cerulei i
Carol Gay i
fyp design i
Sérgio J. Matos i
Snooze Design team i
Marla Rabelo i
Fabiana Queiroga i
Julia Krantz
fernando prado i
Farpa i
Gabriel Freitas de Andrade
Atelier BAM Design i
Giuseppe Scapinelli i
Liceu de Artes e Ofícios São Paulo i
Juliana Lima Vasconcellos i
ELIAS LANZARINI i
Érico Gondim i
Lena Emediato i
Noori i
Vinicius Siega i
Tiago Curioni
Tiago Curioni is an architect and industrial designer based in São Paulo with a branch studio in Porto, Portugal. His portfolio has more than 40 registered products from his own brand, in addition to signing items for other companies in the segment of furniture, lighting, and galleries. With a strong presence in all Brazilian territory, in 2018 begins the exploration of the European market, with production in the city of Porto and its surroundings. Owner of a clean and simple trait, usually works with different materials, always looking for innovative elements that can challenge his design. His work has two distinct lines, one of commercial products with wide reach and another of single objects or in signed limited editions, some already exhibited in important museums and others sold in Auctions in Europe. As a participant in international competitions, his studio won 3-times the Italian A'design Award (2016, 2017 and 2018); 1-time the American International Design Award (2017); 2-times nominated for the German German Award (2017 and 2018); 1-time finalist of the Canadian LAMP award (2018) and once finalist of the Brazilian Design Hall (2016).
MARINA RODRIGUES
The creations of the plastic artist Marina Rodrigues, who uses the Tape Art technique, creates shape in the geometric and urban conception of arts made on tapes. It brings with it the movement expressed in perspective and lightness of lines and triangles, expressed in applications on murals, canvases and sculptures with an abstract, industrial and contemporary personality. Graduated in Jewelry and visual arts, she found in Tape Art a way to overflow her creative subjectivities and rooted, in a unique way, her own style becoming a reference in this artistic front. ​ Today, Marina has in her portfolio partnerships like with the Nike, Heineken, Youtube and Google San Francisco. Marina collects projects executed in residences, offices and decorative shows, always leaving her registered personality driven by purity and simplicity, opening interpretations for art - design projects.
Maria Fernanda Paes de Barros
Maria Fernanda Paes de Barros founded Yankatu in 2015. The word that gives its brand name, in the belief of the Kamayurá people, means our third soul, our essence - true beauty. After more than 20 years dedicated to interior design, she decided to change the course of her career. Today she researches Brazilian craft traditions and incorporates them into her work, creating pieces that combine art, delicacy, inspiration and memories, value Brazilian identity and have an impact in the artisans’ lives. Her pieces are always accompanied by a small book, which she calls "soul", revealing her inspiration and sharing the stories of the artisans she works with. At each project she dives into a region, its crafts and the lives of people who make them. A research guided by heart, done sensitively, respecting the rhythm dictated by time.
Fernando Barcellos
Fernando holds a degree in Graphic Design from the School of Communication (SCC) in Amsterdam. He worked for major design agencies in the Netherlands and Brazil, until he left for his solo career in furniture design. “I create from two points: observation and feeling. Observation represents the daily quest to see the world as a spectator. Pure feeling, on the other hand, serves as the real starting point for all creation.“
Lena Emediato
I am Lena Emediato, artist by heart and architect by formation. I was born in São Paulo, but my heart is from Minas Gerais – together with those of my mother and grandmother, women for whom I have deep admiration. Today I travel around Brazil, and follow my journey meeting special people who share the same ideals as mine – the love for Brazilian craftwork, for handmade work and for people’s stories. I take inspiration from listening to what is being said on my surroundings, from the taste of food and from the contact with pleasant memories.I transform personal experiences and memories into unique and meaningful pieces– jewelry for the home and body.
Luisa Velludo
Sharp curiosity is part of her routine. Interested in the minimalist and instigating arts, Luisa is moved by the desire for freedom and expression of thought. Her creative process expands the functionality of her wearable objects that transmute and extinguish idleness. Taking on the role of contemplative objects when out of the body. This search comes from her pertinent concern to give continuous meaning to her work. Transiting through materials not yet explored by her it is another fascination. Sensitive to impulses, he believes in his power as if following a mystical instinct. Imbued with intuition, it always provokes a deliberate deconstruction in its creations and permeates itself with fluid influences to develop each collection. As a brand, the sense of things provokes us, and creating new senses drives us. From the concept, the objects celebrate freedom, multiplicity and wills. The quest to develop a palatable and sensitive experience through the use of each piece created by us is what guides our process. Luisa thinks, creates and constructs individually each object preserving its uniqueness. The production is local and all made at CASA V, in Rio de Janeiro, the brand's base city. Acquiring a hairy Luisa object is to have access to a latent and subjective expression of your world of ideas.
Thiago Bicas
Thiago Bicas is an architect and urbanist gratuated at São Paulo State, in Brazil, with major in furniture design. Since 2015, he has been dedicated to Studio Thiago Bicas, developing projects in different scales, from object design to architectural projects and interior designs. Thiago Bicas´s main concept is to consider the projects as a continuum exercise, where the needs, desires, expectations and unpredictability of the users and the time and space can interfere in the proposals. To achieve this, the principals that guide the Studio production are, to allow the interaction of the user and, in the formal scope, the transgression of orthogonal geometry.
Dimitrih Correa
English Dimitrih Correa is a designer and craftsman from Rio de Janeiro. Graduated in industrial design, he studied in the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Dublin Institute of Technology. He works from the concept and design of the product until its production and finishing. His passion literally comes from his baby crib. His own was handmade by his father, that during the 80/90's used to collect and work with reclaimed hardwoods. When he enters at University is presented to the design universe but it is at the Oficinaethos, working with Rodrigo Calixto and Guilherme Sass that he starts to unveil the wood universe, being able to make products in a responsible way for a better world. From then on he already conquered many awards and national and international attention. He won first place at Salão Design, was shortlisted at Prêmio do Objeto Brasileiro, Prêmio Tok Stok de Design Universitário several times and won Honarable Mention at the Prêmio Design do Museu da Casa Brasileira. Some of the most prestigious awards in Brazil. Besides that he has participated in several exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Milan. Português Dimitrih Correa é designer e artífice. Formado pela UFRJ em design industrial com especialização no Dublin Institute of Technology, trabalha desde a conceituação e desenho do produto até a sua produção e execução. A paixão pelo fazer manual vem de berço, literalmente. O seu próprio berço foi construído pelo pai, que como hobby nos anos 80/90 garimpava madeiras de demolição, como o pinho de riga. Ao ingressar na faculdade é apresentado ao universo do design, mas é na oficina ethos, auxiliando Rodrigo Calixto e Guilherme Sass que começa a desvendar o universo da madeira, para poder construir de forma responsável produtos para um mundo mais sustentável. De lá pra cá já conquistou o primeiro lugar no Prêmio Salão Design como estudante, foi finalista do Prêmio do Objeto Brasileiro, Prêmio Tok Stok de Design Universitário e recentemente conquistou a menção honrosa com a luminária Wé no Prêmio Design do Museu da Casa Brasileira. Além de participar de diversas exposições no Rio, São Paulo e Milão.
Sabrina Borges
Sabrina Borges (born in Porto Alegre in 1988) graduated in Fashion Design and got her specialization in jewellery at Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School (Florence) and Gaúcha Jewellery School (Porto Alegre). She also studied classical jewellery techniques with Professor Celso Dornelles (Porto Alegre), who had an atelier in Rome for 24 years. Sabrina has participated in the international design fairs MADE (São Paulo) and SIERAAD Art Fair (Amsterdam). She had her work shown at the contemporary jewellery collective exhibition Aquilo que Abraça (São Paulo and Buenos Aires), among other collective exhibitions and national design fairs. Her research in sculptural jewellery has started with her first collection called Cadeira (Chair) in 2012 and continued in her other collections, such as Cadeiras (Chairs) and Distopia (Dystopia), all in which every chair represents a person with its different characteristics. Through her work, she aims to bring people closer and reinforce the importance of encounters. She does not believe in the collections' seasonality, but in their timelessness and permanence. Thus, the pieces are in a continuous state of production and development.
pax ¦
Estúdio de criação que desenvolve projetos em diversas escalas, tendo como principal objetivo a inovação através da fusão entre tecnologias tradicionais e digitais de fabricação. De todos os significados que envolvem a palavra PAX, o que mais nos seduz é a tradução de pessoas. Agentes de algo em transformação, inconstante como a natureza humana e a própria natureza do projeto, que a partir do trabalho colaborativo entre seus integrantes e parceiros externos, faz com que cada projeto consista em um organismo único, pois todos se tornam agentes, contribuindo cada qual com sua experiência profissional. _______________________________________________________ Creative studio that develops projects at various scales, with the main objective of innovation through the fusion between traditional and digital manufacturing technologies. Of all the meanings surrounding the word PAX, what most appeals to us is the translation of people. Agents of something in transformation, as inconsistent as human nature and the nature of the project, which, based on the collaborative work between its members and external partners, makes each project consist of a single organism, as everyone becomes an agent, contributing each which with your professional experience.
Roberta Rampazzo
Roberta Rampazzo Design is noted for its simple yet sharp and strong lines. Pieces are timeless and uniquely designed not just to attend form and function, but also to convey a message and touch the user at an emotional level, leaving an everlasting impression of thrill and passion. Careful consideration is placed upon quality and sustainable sourcing of materials. Over 15 years on the market, its distinctive work has been featuring in the most prominent design fairs, exhibitions and publications in more than 25 countries including Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States. Also, being recognised in important design awards including A Design Award, and German Design Award Nominee. Roberta Rampazzo designs her own range for many established brands, including Allez, Decameron, IPTI, Objekto, Sitti, Vermeil and many others. Products have been traded in high-end stores in several countries. Currently living in London, Roberta is continuing her creative work researching new technologies and materials, developing new products and fostering relationships with new companies.
Manu Reyes
Manu Reyes lives and works in São Paulo-Brazil and runs her own woodshop studio. Manu Reyes Atelier produces high-end wood furniture with original shapes and expressive design. The philosophy of her studio is to use traditional woodworking methods to creat unique pieces, and stand out craftsmanship and quality into her work. Manu Reyes Atelier also has total respect for the material used, looking to be extremeley careful and responsible to avoid waste in the woodshop production. ''Every furniture is handmade with care''. Manu Reyes Atelier also compromises to plant trees every furniture sold - One piece- one tree. ''Our belief is to conduct with responsibility towards nature''
Manu Reyes
Manu Reyes lives and works in São Paulo-Brazil and runs her own woodshop studio. Manu Reyes Atelier produces high-end wood furniture with original shapes and expressive design. The philosophy of her studio is to use traditional woodworking methods to creat unique pieces, standing out craftsmanship and quality into her work. Manu Reyes Atelier also has total respect for the material used, looking to be extremeley careful and responsible to avoid waste in the woodshop production. ''Every furniture is handmade with care''. Manu Reyes Atelier also compromises to plant trees every furniture sold - One piece, one tree. ''Our belief is to conduct with responsibility towards nature''
Thiago Bicas
Thiago Bicas is an architect and urbanist gratuated at São Paulo State, in Brazil, with major in furniture design. Since 2015, he has been dedicated to Studio Thiago Bicas, developing projects in different scales, from object design to architectural projects and interior designs. Thiago Bicas´s main concept is to consider the projects as a continuum exercise, where the needs, desires, expectations and unpredictability of the users and the time and space can interfere in the proposals. To achieve this, the principals that guide the Studio production are, to allow the interaction of the user and, in the formal scope, the transgression of orthogonal geometry.
Sabrina Borges
Sabrina Borges (born in Porto Alegre in 1988) graduated in Fashion Design and got her specialization in jewellery at Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School in Florence and Gaúcha Jewellery School in Porto Alegre. She also studied classical jewellery techniques with Professor Celso Dornelles in Porto Alegre, who had an atelier in Rome for 24 years. Sabrina has participated in the international design fairs MADE (São Paulo) and SIERAAD Art Fair (Amsterdam). She had her work shown at the contemporary jewellery collective exhibition Aquilo que Abraça (São Paulo and Buenos Aires), among other collective exhibitions and national design fairs. Her research in sculptural jewellery has started with her first collection called Cadeira (Chair) in 2012 and continued in her other collections, such as Cadeiras (Chairs) and Distopia (Dystopia), all in which every chair represents a person with its different characteristics. Through her work, she aims to bring people closer and reinforce the importance of encounters. She does not believe in the collections' seasonality, but in their timelessness and permanence. Thus, the pieces are in a continuous state of production and development.
Estúdio Iludi
Good ideas are restless. And when in the world of the living, they transcend the obvious, and inspire. Movement is the soul of Estúdio Iludi. Since 2014, the designers and architects Luiz F. Costa e Rodrigo Irffi have made it their mission to explore multiple avenues for creating a unique, timeless and living style. With functional and dynamic objects, Estúdio Iludi activates the senses through simplicity and flexibility, blending references of contemporary design to the Brazilian culture. The results bear exquisite, versatile and remarkable pieces.
Aurélia Cerulei
Aurelia Cerulei é artista visual francesa, radicada no Brasil. Possui ampla experiência em design textil, design de produtos, técnicas de bordado e confecção e restauração de tapeçarias antigas. Formada, com menção honrosa, em Arte e Técnicas pela Escola de Belas Artes de Toulon, na França, desde 2016 a artista se dedica integralmente à sua produção artística em ateliê próprio, na cidade de Paraty, Rio de Janeiro. Entre suas principais áreas de pesquisa plástica nas artes se encontram: a construção de obras através da apropriação de objetos antigos, o uso da linha, do bordado e da restauração textil como linguagem artística. Além disso a artista explora temas relevantes para a humanidade como os movimentos migratórios, questões relacionadas à ecologia, à política, conflitos sociais, entre outros. Aurelia Cerulei já expôs seus trabalhos na França e no Brasil.
Luiza Caldari
Textile and fashion designer
Lurca
Lurca Ceramic Tiles was born in 2010 out of our desire to offer new and interesting options of wall decoration. We love ceramic tiles and how they can totally change a space. We create tiles inspired by the Brazilian ceramic tradition, and although they look simple at first sight, they create beautiful panels when assembled together. Each tile is hand-made painted through silk-screen process and burned afterwards, resulting in a long lasting low-maintenance product. Many designs are available sold per square meter, have a look at our online shop: www.lurca.com.br
Roberto Romero
Argentinian, graduated in letters from the University of Paris X - Nanterre. Self-taught plastic artist, studied art history at the Louvre Museum in Paris. He has been making wire sculptures since 2001. Having lived in Rio de Janeiro for four years, with a studio at Fábrica Bhering, he has lived in Argentina, Lebanon, France, Switzerland and Colombia before. Mapped the different cultures, he had the opportunity to understand that his artisanal process is resignified from local situations.
Roberto Romero
Argentine, graduated in letters from the University of Paris x - Nanterre, self-taught plastic ertsite, studied art history at the Louvre Museum in Paris. He has been making wire sculptures since 2001. Having lived in Rio de Janeiro for four years, with a studio at Fábrica Bhering, he has lived in Lebanon, France, Switzerland and Colombia before. Mapped the different cultures, he had the opportunity to understand that his artisanal process is resignified from local situations.
Gustavo Dias
Born in 1978 and raised in a small city in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Gustavo Dias was fortunate to have spent his childhood between his uncle’s farm where he developed an interest for nature and the city, which allowed him the freedom to put his creativity into play by building skateboard ramps on the streets. From an early age, Gustavo and his sisters, both artists, were taught by their parents to be creative and always find ways to express themselves through art. Gustavo was heavily influenced by his father, who despite a business degree, was always engaged in artistic activities using his spare time painting, building furniture and developing other skills. Despite these influences, it wasn’t until later, at the age of 16, that Gustavo had his very first contact with sculpture, woodcarving, and other techniques while attending an exchange student program in the US. Since then, his creative endeavors went from studying marketing, cinema and sculpture to finally grounding his passion for design in nature by choosing wood as the main source of inspiration for his art & design. He opened his first workshop in 2006 where objects and furniture are shaped by hand, assembled with tradicional techniques and combined with improvisations that allow Gustavo to go from early scketches to final products in a combination of form and function, belief and art, and the rest is history !
Danilo Vale
We design products and furniture out of passion and vocation. We believe that these must have meaning above all, so that they can last in the environments and thus overcome the speed of trends, lasting for generations. For this reason our projects go beyond the simple function, we aim to add emotion and sharpen the user's perception, either by experimenting and reframing new materials, or through the affective memory of each individual. We believe that being part of someone's daily life is a big responsibility. That's why we pay great attention to the details, finishes, origins and identity of our products. The inspiration comes from different sources, such as plastic arts, fashion and architecture, especially the one printed by modernism in the forms and spaces of the city of Brasília. The result is the development of unique products that move between commercial and artistic authorship. Graduated in Industrial Design in 2007 from the University of Brasilia, Danilo Vale worked as a designer in industries of various segments until he founded, in 2014, the Danilo Vale Studio. In recent years, the studio's products have achieved notoriety in the national and international market, circulating in the best magazines in the design and interior sector. And participating in important design fairs and exhibitions in Milan (Be Brazil - 2019), Paris (Galerie Joseph - 2014), New York (Wanted Design - 2018), São Paulo (MADE 2019 | Paralela design - 2015 and 2017) and Brasília (Casacor brasília - 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019)
Massa Branca by Alex Cerveny
Massa Branca is a contemporary brand that has art as its protagonist. It brings table´s objects with artist design that in a simple way takes art into people´s daily lives. Silvia Finotti, creator of the brand, curates artists and develops products. The design or each collection is developed by the artists who bring their inspirations and areas of expertise to the products. It is part of the brand´s DNA to tell the stories of the invited artists through their pieces developed exclusively The brand´s sixth collection is signed by artist Alex Cerveny born in 1963 in São Paulo, Brazil where he lives and works. Since the 1980s, Alex Cerveny produces paintings, drawings, watercolors, embroidery, tiles, in which he presents an intimate narrative. It is inspired by everyday images and characters extracted from literature and also from the universe of mass culture. His work is full of personal references, such as his experience as a circus artist, present in the numerous twisted and elastic figures in his drawings. Some exhibitions in recent years: 21a Bienal Internacional de São Paulo (1991); Illustration Drawings (Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, 2005); Nasca Korrespondenzen (Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim, Germany, 2009); Trienal Poli/Gráfica of San Juan (Puerto Rico, 2012); 30a Bienal of Graphic arts of Ljubljana (Eslovênia, 2013); En y entre geografías (Museo de arte moderna, Medellín, 2015); Os Muitos em Um (Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, 2016). Retrospective of his graphic work at the Lasar Segall Museum (São Paulo Brazil 2019), “Nous Les Arbres”, of the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art (Paris 2019); Galeria Triângulo, works that produced at different times. (São Paulo, 2020) For Massa Branca he made a selection of drawings from his personal collection. They are particularly suitable works to form a set of table pieces, due to their poetic and graphic characteristics. For the most part, they are mythological figures and bear magical powers such as mermaids, angels, apsaras and muses. The drawings were resized and applied to ceramic objects, loaded with beauty and practically. The ceramics pieces were designed specifically for the Alex´s collection, based on his preferences and the delicacy of the drawings chosen by him. The pieces have the natural color of the ceramics are partly enameled in white to receive the artist’s drawings. “I fell more like a writer who whites images, I feel more like a chronicler than an artist.” Alex Cerveny
Massa Branca by Alex Cerveny
Massa Branca is a contemporary brand that has art as its protagonist. It brings table´s objects with artist design that in a simple way takes art into people´s daily lives. Silvia Finotti, creator of the brand, curates artists and develops products. The design or each collection is developed by the artists who bring their inspirations and areas of expertise to the products. It is part of the brand´s DNA to tell the stories of the invited artists through their pieces developed exclusively The brand´s sixth collection is signed by artist Alex Cerveny born in 1963 in São Paulo, Brazil where he lives and works. Since the 1980s, Alex Cerveny produces paintings, drawings, watercolors, embroidery, tiles, in which he presents an intimate narrative. It is inspired by everyday images and characters extracted from literature and also from the universe of mass culture. His work is full of personal references, such as his experience as a circus artist, present in the numerous twisted and elastic figures in his drawings. Some exhibitions in recent years: 21a Bienal Internacional de São Paulo (1991); Illustration Drawings (Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, 2005); Nasca Korrespondenzen (Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim, Germany, 2009); Trienal Poli/Gráfica of San Juan (Puerto Rico, 2012); 30a Bienal of Graphic arts of Ljubljana (Eslovênia, 2013); En y entre geografías (Museo de arte moderna, Medellín, 2015); Os Muitos em Um (Instituto Tomie Ohtake, São Paulo, 2016). Retrospective of his graphic work at the Lasar Segall Museum (São Paulo Brazil 2019), “Nous Les Arbres”, of the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art (Paris 2019); Galeria Triângulo, works that produced at different times. (São Paulo, 2020) For Massa Branca he made a selection of drawings from his personal collection. They are particularly suitable works to form a set of table pieces, due to their poetic and graphic characteristics. For the most part, they are mythological figures and bear magical powers such as mermaids, angels, apsaras and muses. The drawings were resized and applied to ceramic objects, loaded with beauty and practically. The ceramics pieces were designed specifically for the Alex´s collection, based on his preferences and the delicacy of the drawings chosen by him. The pieces have the natural color of the ceramics are partly enameled in white to receive the artist’s drawings. “I fell more like a writer who whites images, I feel more like a chronicler than an artist.” Alex Cerveny
Jucá Mobília
Jucá Mobilia was created when two architects decided to engage into a new path: woodworking and furniture design, with a warmer approach to clients. Formed originally in 2017, Jucá Mobília’s current associates are the architects Carmen Mendonça, Milena Chuba and Rafael Sandrini. Customized and handmade furniture that can be used in the daily life makes us part of the clients history, just as much as they make part in our own. We believe in process, from the very initial sketches to the last woodworking detail. Materiality and form combined tell great stories, and Jucá is about bringing the cozyness of your grandmother's living room together with a twenty-first century design. Life is made of great stories, and because of that we listen to you, to develop furniture that suits our clients desires and needs, while still using our own design language is our main goal.
Aurélia Cerulei
Aurelia Cerulei é artista visual francesa, radicada no Brasil. Possui ampla experiência em design textil, design de produtos, técnicas de bordado e confecção e restauração de tapeçarias antigas. Formada, com menção honrosa, em Arte e Técnicas pela Escola de Belas Artes de Toulon, na França, desde 2016 a artista se dedica integralmente à sua produção artística em ateliê próprio, na cidade de Paraty, Rio de Janeiro. Entre suas principais áreas de pesquisa plástica nas artes se encontram: a construção de obras através da apropriação de objetos antigos, o uso da linha, do bordado e da restauração textil como linguagem artística. Além disso a artista explora temas relevantes para a humanidade como os movimentos migratórios, questões relacionadas à ecologia, à política, conflitos sociais, entre outros. Aurelia Cerulei já expôs seus trabalhos na França e no Brasil.
Aurélia Cerulei
Aurelia Cerulei é artista visual francesa, radicada no Brasil. Possui ampla experiência em design textil, design de produtos, técnicas de bordado e confecção e restauração de tapeçarias antigas. Formada, com menção honrosa, em Arte e Técnicas pela Escola de Belas Artes de Toulon, na França, desde 2016 a artista se dedica integralmente à sua produção artística em ateliê próprio, na cidade de Paraty, Rio de Janeiro. Entre suas principais áreas de pesquisa plástica nas artes se encontram: a construção de obras através da apropriação de objetos antigos, o uso da linha, do bordado e da restauração textil como linguagem artística. Além disso a artista explora temas relevantes para a humanidade como os movimentos migratórios, questões relacionadas à ecologia, à política, conflitos sociais, entre outros. Aurelia Cerulei já expôs seus trabalhos na França e no Brasil.
Carol Gay
Carol Gay was born in Sao Paulo in 1976. She graduated in the year of 2000 at Mackenzie University in Architecture and Urbanism program. From 1999 to 2000 she took part in the “Construction of the Object” course at MUBE “The Brazilian Museum of Sculpture”, with the designers Fernando and Humberto Campana; in 2005 she attended the sculpture workshop at FAAP given by the greek artist Nicolas Vlavianos, on the same year she enrolled in the Lighting workshop at SENAC given by designer Tobias Reischle - a co- worker at Ingo Maurer studio. Gave workshops in partnership with Notechdesign group - group formed by the students that took part in the Campana Brothers workshop – at La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy and at MUBE in São Paulo, Brazil. Worked at the Brazilian design furniture company Tok&Stok – São Paulo, Brazil – as a product designer from 2002 to 2004. In 2004 was selected along with eight other designers from around the world to participate in the workshop “Il vetro temperado per la casa e la ristorazione” at the Bormioli Rocco’s glass studio, in Fidenza, Italy. In 2006 was invited to participate in the exhibition ‘Wallpaper Global Edit’, by Wallpaper magazine, at Armani’s Theater during the I Salone del Mobile in Milan, Italy. In 2008 was invited to be part of the jury in the ‘Museu da Casa Brasileira 22º Design Prize ‘ in São Paulo, Brazil. In 2012 was invited by Firma Casa design Gallery to be part of their design team with her limited edition Copper coffee table. In 2014 begin a new design group called (IN) vasion curated by Waldick Jatoba . In 2014 was selected by the Ambiente Fair, among 28 designers from all over the world, to exhibit at the ‘Talents 2014’ area, a platform for up-and-coming designers, in Frankfurt, Germany. At the same year she was invited by Roberto Cocenza from BoomSpDesign to be part of the exhibition ‘ The Swing Chair Project” with an exhibition at the Museu da Casa Brasileira in São Paulo, Brazil. In 2018 she was invited to exhibit at the Salone Satellite in the exhibition: African & Latin America: Rising Design/Design Emergente curated by Fernando and Humberto Campana during I Salone del Mobile in Milan, Italy. In 2018 she started to collaborate with the Campana Institute. From 2000 she takes part in exhibitions in Brasil, EUA, Europe and Asia. She has her work published in books such as: Bloom Brasil – Saboroso e Bloom Brasil – Fé from the trend setter Li Edelkoort ; Brazilian Modern Furniture from Maria Cecília Loschiavo and Brazilian Design Lamps from Marcelo Vasconcellos and Nada Se Leva.
fyp design
Eduardo Vale, Architect and Product Designer, seeks ways to go beyond aesthetics and functionality in his projects, build narratives and make them meaningful. In the simplicity of his drawings, he experiences different sensations, shapes and materials. He believes that design brings a humanistic feeling to the relationship between the user and the product.
Sérgio J. Matos
More than function, Design has the power to houses history, memory and and affective bonds. This perception - lined with the essence of Brazilianness – That the Mato Grosso born designer Sérgio Matos supplies endorsed in the cultural cauldron with mestizo spice. The solid foundation of creation puts roots on regionality, on the identity that resists time and preserves ancestral techniques and knowledges. The handmade, with human hear, prints the labor of originality. The formation of Product Design by Universidade Federal de Campina Grande (UFCG), in 2005, forged an imbricated affectivity with Nordeste land. The city of Paraíba is the home and professional address where develops products with peculiar signature. Especially, by the textile weft that ties traditions and they tie with pride records of folklore, of the clippings extracted from everyday life and of the pieces of landscapes that have been mined for travel. The culture wire is the essential raw material. The trajectory – since the opening of the studio in 2010 - collects national and international awards and collaborates to strengthen the image of Brazilian design. It opens routes for the diffusion of knowledge, where the union of the design with the craftsmanship results in consultancies directed to the artisan communities. Each experience creates entrepreneurial opportunities and rescues individual and collective dreams. And yet, it strengthens belief in the inherited abilities of the ancestors and projects self-esteem, as fuel to enhance riches that are at the fingertips, in the palm of the hands.
Snooze Design team
Snooze Design, founded by plastic artists Luccas Iatauro and Andrea Sandtfoss, begins a trajectory of insertion new tendencies within the pet market. With pieces developed to gather animals and people, according to their wishes and needs, the brand, full of personality, goes beyond simple products for animals when creating initiatives aimed at aesthetic furniture. The design adds functionality and quality, forms the tripod of the brand and each product provides consumers with moments of pleasure, comfort and happiness alongside their animal companion. For homes, pieces such as: scrapers, beds and puffs become opportunities for aesthetic enrichment to the environment, once all care is taken in relation to the approximation and consolidation within the segment of architecture and design, during the process of development of each piece.
Marla Rabelo
Marla Rabelo studied Industrial Design at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, her home city. She has been creating and producing limited-edition pieces in her own studio since 2016. She designs and produces objects that explore the immense variety of forms and colors of Brazilian woods. Her pieces blend curved and organic lines, and often contrast geometric and precise straight patterns. Turned or sculpted by hand, Ms. Rabelo’s unique creations complement each other in an artisanal process, where it is possible to discover and feel the materials in a different way, respecting its limits and exploring its possibilities.
Fabiana Queiroga
Fabiana Queiroga is an academic researcher artist and visual poet who builds a universe of imagery narratives that nourishes this artistic work. Her eyes are attracted to philosophy and all the information that permeates the experience of human relationships. Lately she's been infatuating nature and creative connections. These references are clearly worked on and exposed in hers research, which unfolds in art as installations sculptures and objects. The starting point for all her work is curiosity and experimentation, the freedom to create and the power to lose herself in time while it takes place. Following her instincts and feelings translating them into tangible works is the mechanism her use to make the connection between art and human relations expressed in two- and three dimensional works. The artist's concept is to provoke affective reactions such as memories and senses to sharpen sensitivity and to portray the bodies in space: their encounter and mismatch their interference their friction and path with their body memory. Born in Goiânia, graduated in visual Arts qualified in graphic design (2000) and post- graduated in Contemporary Art (2002) by the Faculty of Visual Arts (FAV-UFG). A professor and researcher Fabiana also works as a visual artist product designer lending to the various spaces she occupies to the multiplicity of knowledge she accumulates.
fernando prado
born in sao paulo, brazil, studied industrial design and since 2003 is the creative director of lumini. won several awards, as red dot design award and best of the best award / if design award / if gold award / good design award and mcb design award. in 2005 one of his lamps was immortalised on a postage stamp , in 2011 was published a book of his work written by the renowed journalist adelia borges. participated as juror on important design awards as museu da casa brasileira design award in brazil and if design award in germany.
Farpa
We are a company formed by three architects, that, since 2013, works in the development and execution of furniture and objects, always looking for original solutions to meet the different demands of our customers. Architecture background can be seen in the concern with clear and rational designs, in which we explore the potential of each material and its conscious use.
Atelier BAM Design
Atelier BAM is a young Brazilian-French design & architecture team based in Sao Paulo. It’s formed by two designers/architects: Juliana Bertolucci, from Brazil, and Clément Gérard, from France. After working in international offices in Brazil and in France, the two partners starting working together in 2011. Inspired by Brazilian Design masters and contemporary art, Atelier BAM characterizes itself by a precise work where the process has primordial importance in the project. They strongly believe that the cross practice work of architecture and design greatly contributes to the quality and performance of our responsibilities. With their work, BAM was finalist of several prizes of Design and Architecture award and reached attention of National TV and foreign design magazine.
Giuseppe Scapinelli
Giuseppe Scapinelli is one of the main references of modern Brazilian design. With a striking design, he humanized the modernist languages, sculpting wood in unique forms. He was one of the designers of great skills in the 1950's in San Paolo.
Liceu de Artes e Ofícios São Paulo
Mesa de jacarandá com mármore branco Paraná. Acompanha 4 banquetas estofadas, com pés e estrutura de jacarandá e detalhes de machetaria. Móvel versátil, de execução primorosa. Matéria-prima e design brasileiros, década de 60. Mesa 79 X 79 X 45H Banquetas 40 X 40 X 39H
Juliana Lima Vasconcellos
Emerging from the architecture and interior design universe, Juliana Lima Vasconcellos found a passion for product design through drawing commissioned pieces for her clients. She is seen as one of the most prominent interior architect and designer of her generation in Brazil. The strong and timeless design is a mixture of simplicity and elegance. The choice of authentic materials plays an important part in the uniqueness of each piece. Natural wood, stones and metal, sometimes combined with unusual materials, are incorporated in the design through special techniques. The artisan work, the harmonious volumes and well thought details, give a particular emotional value to each project designed by her. Juliana Vasconcellos was born in Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil and graduated in Architecture at UFMG in 2005. Her work was published in important publications around the world and her portfolio includes furniture exhibition at The Salon NY, Milan Design Week, MADE, PAD London, ARTRIO and SP-arte.
ELIAS LANZARINI
I´m a designer and craftsman who create and make unique furniture reusing salvage hard wood from wreck boats. Refused ropes and fishing nets make part of the some projects. Its more than just a furniture, its history of the 3rd generation of the same wood, first as a tree at nature, second as a fishing boat, feeding families, and now being used at home. Handmade with pasion, good finishing with natural oils for people who cares about sustentability.
Érico Gondim
Erico Gondim is Brazilian a designer and maker fascinated by transforming materials and developing inovative objects. Most of his work, aesthetically and conceptually, enhances, narratives, texture , structure and sustainable possibilities to different materials and craftsmanship. In Brasil he has a studio that often works with and for companies, making art installations, exhibition and his own products . Most of his developments has a social design aproach, developing special objects in partenership with Institutions like SEBRAE, CEART for and with artisan communities with materials and techniques like straws and fabric waving, woodwork, embroidery, tapestry and others. In 2013, he completed a Master in Design at Kingston University in London - England, with the Growing Complexity project, which resulted in the IVY ROCKING CHAIR and other products based on handcrafted woven structures and shapes found in nature. The product was exhibited in London during the London Design Festival 2013 and also featured at the Brazilian Design Biennial- 2015 VAI&VEM Sideboard is another piece developed in partnership with local artisans and exhibited at São Paulo Design Weekend and at CRAB(Brazilian Handicraft Reference Center) in Rio de Janeiro and featured at Casa Vogue 2015. In 2017 he exhibited the VIBRA Interactive Table in MADE The Art and Design Fair during Design Weekend São Paulo, at PIASA Auction in Paris and at BRASIL: ESSENCIALLY DIVERSE exhibition at Museo della Permanente Fuorisalone in Milan 2018. He also took part in projects with sustainability aproach in partnership with Studio Rato Roi. They developed the CURRUPIO, lamps made out of plastic wasted bags. The project compose the exhibition Dal Modernismo a Oggi – Fuorisalone - Milan 2017 in partenership with BeBrasil / APEX and at the exhibition BRASIL DO SÉCULO XXI at Liceu de Artes e Ofícios de São Paulo in 2018. Some other important projects you can follow up by his instagram and site at www.ericogondim.com.br and @ericogondim.design.
Lena Emediato
I am Lena Emediato, artist by heart and architect by academic education. I was born in São Paulo, but my heart is from Minas Gerais – together with those of my mother and grandmother, women for whom I have deep admiration. Today I travel around Brazil, and follow my journey meeting special people who share the same ideals as mine – the love for Brazilian craftwork, for handmade work and for people’s stories. I take inspiration from listening to what is being said on my surroundings, from the taste of food and from the contact with pleasant memories.I transform personal experiences and memories into unique and meaningful pieces– jewelry for the home and body.
Noori
Noori means “My Fire, My Light”. Noori V01 is a Rocket stove (vertical wood stove) that combines a BBQ Grill, a Pizza Oven and a Fire Pit, all in one, modular and moveable piece. Noori bring us back to a time when humanity didn’t feel the rush of time, to cook was a pause on day’s activities and the moment to exchange experiences. Friends, music and stories around the heat, flames, wood perfume and a good meal. Elements indispensable to create our rituals and develop our culture in which fire is the central element, the core. Noori V01 is a Brazilian product that seeks excellence in its design (form x function)
Vinicius Siega
Vinicius Siega is a product designer laureate by the University of Caxias do Sul, with extensions in interior design and graphic design. Natural from Rio Grande do Sul (south Brazil), he has been in contact with the furniture industry for more than a decade. He has worked for leading furniture brands, where he has gained experience in strategic design, branding, high-end manufacturing processes, creative direction and consumer markets. Since 2015 he has established his own design studio, initiating deeper involvement in all stages of creative processes while establishing his authorial work.
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