The 21st century is characterized by fluidity, the globalized world, of information and thereby, increasingly want to look inside, know our essence, our roots and stories so that we can in fact, who we are. This is reflected in our House too, with familiar objects and of affective values, but also the recovery of objects, handicrafts, furniture, colors to translate all our Brazilian and regionality. And increasingly we are awakening and valuing our Brazilian design, rather than simply bring to Brazil, the European and American design;
Currently, the designer Sergio J Matos is recognized both nationally and internationally, by translating in their creations the Brazil, be in Balloon Chair, inspired by the jerk of the Northeast or the balance Bodocongó made with wooden spoons, a cultural achievement of our country.
However, long before Sergio J Matos came other Brazilian designers or even foreigners, which adopted the Brazil as homeland and also translated these features in your furniture and the Brazilian way of & #8216; sit’ different from the Brazilian:
- Flavio de Carvalho (1899-1973/Barra Mansa, Rio de Janeiro) with the armchair Flavio de Carvalho;
- Joaquim Tenreiro (1906-1992/Melo, Portugal and then Rio de Janeiro) with the Chair of 3 feet, Rocking Chair and the Chair Low;
- John Graz (Geneva, Switzerland and then São Paulo) with the armchair and Chair John Graz 3 Support;
- Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012/Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro) with the rocking chair Oscar Niemeyer in partnership with your daughter Anna Maria Niemeyer;
- Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992/Rome, Italy) with Bowl Chair, Chair 3 feet and the Chair made with 3 branches;
- Jose Zanine Caldas (1919-2001/Belmonte, Bahia) with the armchair Zanine Z and a Chair Zanine;
- Jean Gillon (1919-2007/Iasi, Romania) with the armchair Raft;
- Sergio Rodrigues (1927-2014/Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro) with the Soft Armchair, Chair and Armchair Says Take Killin;
- Currently The Campana brothers with the Favela Armchair, Anemone Chair and among other.
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