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  • Daniela Ferro
    Daniela Ferro
    DESIGNER
  • Pepe Lima
    Pepe Lima
    DESIGNER
  • Claudia Mazzieri
    Claudia Mazzieri
    DESIGNER
  • Dennys Tormen
    Dennys Tormen
    DESIGNER
  • Cadu Silva
    Cadu Silva
    DESIGNER
  • Eduardo Baroni
    Eduardo Baroni
    DESIGNER
  • Luia Mantelli
    Luia Mantelli
  • Flavia Pagotti
    Flavia Pagotti
  • Tri Design
    Tri Design
  • Estudio Ninho
    Estudio Ninho
  • Fernanda Polucha & Mariana Zuana
    Fernanda Polucha & Mariana Zuana
Daniela Ferro
DESIGNER

Daniela Ferro is a product designer graduated from Universidade Federal do Paraná, and currently a partner and design coordinator at Asa Design. Her original work has stood out in the national production of furniture design. Daniela signs pieces of furniture aimed at the high decoration market, which are manufactured within standards of excellence and fidelity to the project.

Pepe Lima
DESIGNER

Pepe Lima is graduated from Centro Universitário Belas Artes of São Paulo and has been working as a designer in the furniture field for 13 years. He was a finalist in the Daum France crystal contest, winner of the Ecodesign CSN & IPT contest, participated in the development of a Toshiba minisystem and was featured at Casa Cor in Ceará with the PP chaise. He studied a specialization course at Politecnico di Milano in Milan, where he worked at Incontri studio developing objects for major brands. He returned to Brazil three years ago. During the time in Europe, Pepê absorbed other ways of creating that led him to a more improved style of designing. Nowadays, when designing his pieces of furniture, he seeks comfort, artistic, ergonomics, history, added value, functionality, convenience and cost.

Claudia Mazzieri
DESIGNER

Italian designer Claudia Mazzieri has a degree in Furniture Design from College of Design at the Politecnico di Milano at the Como Campus, and studied a specialization course in Industrial Design in 2010 at the Politecnico di Milano as well, at Milan Campus. She has been working in the field for seven years and has experiences in furniture design for private and public areas, showrooms, offices and stores, working in Milan as Interior Designer and Product Designer. At the end of 2012, she chose a work experience abroad which brought her to Brazil, where she currently works in the development of furniture pieces for indoor and outdoor areas and signs projects through her own design studio, in collaboration with companies in the furniture industry. Through different cultures contact and relative approach to the project that takes into account different aspects and other forms of creation, Claudia, over the years, managed to develop a critical look that led to the development of furniture pieces that, increasingly, try to cover several aspects of design: comfort, beauty, lightness, cost-benefit, innovation, convenience and simplicity; striking features of genuine Italian design. Today, the furniture pieces signed by her are characterized by striking lines, which give the furniture the character, but leaving them light and always taking into account the commercial requirements and the current furniture market.

Dennys Tormen
DESIGNER

Dennys Tormen is an industrial designer from Santa Catarina. In his work, simplicity of solutions predominates, the balance between practical and affective aspects. In addition to developing projects for the industry, he is a founding partner of T44 Studio, where he has personal contact with manufacturing, mainly in metal and wood.

Cadu Silva
DESIGNER

Entering the field to find his way as a car designer, during college he returned to his desire in furniture design after keeping in touch with the works of Joaquim Tenreiro, Sérgio Rodrigues and Lina Bo Bardi. From these masters, he embraces as a lesson the research for Brazilian culture and the appreciation of work with wood, which guides their work.

Eduardo Baroni
DESIGNER

Eduardo Baroni was born in 1974, graduated in Industrial Design from the School of Fine Arts at UFRJ (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro) in 1997. Still at the university, he was involved in organizing exhibitions and creating the first Brazilian internet design magazine: “Novo Conceito (New Concept”. After graduating, he worked as a designer, product designer and web designer in some design offices in Rio de Janeiro until he started his job as a freelance designer in 2002, designing mainly pieces of furniture and decoration.

Luia Mantelli

Luia is an architect specialized in offering solutions based on original ideas for different product, furniture and architecture segments. Luia’s projects are based on simplicity of solutions. Reinterpreting local materials and culture, their projects result identification and add value for their intrinsic qualities, regardless of ephemeral trends, emotionally connecting products and users.

Flavia Pagotti

Flavia Pagotti is much more than simple furniture and objects. The designer Flávia Pagotti combines with boldness and sensuality, vibrant colors and diversity of materials to unusual and unexpected shapes. The result is an elegant blend of contrasts that seek to provoke different emotions in everyday actions. It is with this keen eye, combined with the original style, that Flávia brings her works to life, cultivating harmonious, inviting and high-spirited environments.

Tri Design

Estevam started his career in 1998, graduating in product design from FAAP (Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado) in 2001. He contemplates a wide portfolio – from products to advertising campaigns – his brand was awarded twice by iBest. Victor graduated in 2010 from FAAP as well and started his career in the decoration market in 2009 in the products department of CLAMI/DPOT. In 2012 Victor finished a specialization course in Interiors, in addition to complementing his knowledge in courses in Market Strategy, Design Thinking and Marketing. Nowadays, they work for a design office and creative studio. They offer advisory services in the areas of branding, product curation and strategic study for commercial actions and product mix alignment.

Estudio Ninho

Created in 2012 by Brazilian designers Vinícius Lopes and Gabriela Kuniyoshi, Ninho Studio aims to work on design in its entirety, valuing the freedom of creation and the search for innovation applied to industrial production. Known for working with a wide range of products such as furniture, upholstered furniture, lighting and consumer goods, Ninho Studio brings a new look at everyday objects, presenting a series of products that share a concern about the convenience and playful aspect, stimulating the approach and interaction between the individual and the object. The concept of the studio is inspired by a nest (the word “ninho” stands for “nest” in English), which is, from branch to branch, built in a conscious and careful way. Just like a nest, who stands out for its interweaving and solidity resulting from the detailed process of its production, the products of Ninho Studio also stand out, which reveal an artistic and convenience quality stemming from his precise creative process.

Fernanda Polucha & Mariana Zuana

Fernanda Polucha and Mariana Zuana are product designers and create designs for furniture, objects and exhibition spaces. Their projects embrace different sector of the furniture field and the profile of their work is determined by formal exploration and industrial viability, according to the potential of each company for whom they work for. They participated in important national contests, such as Museu da Casa Brasileira and Salão Casa Brasil. In partnership with different manufacturers they participated in many fairs in the field. Nowadays, they develop their projects together.