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Rio + Design Milan Design Week 2017. Fourteen innovative creations participating in Brasil Be

Rio + Design Milan design week 2017
Rio + Design Milan Design Week 2017. Fourteen innovative creations participating in Brasil Be it has been modified: +81 3-6803-2628 di Benedict Flowers

For the ninth consecutive year, the Rio + Design will take part in the Milan Design Week. This time, the initiative of the Government of the State of Rio de Janeiro, through the Secretary of Economic Development of the State of Rio de Janeiro, with the support of the Sebrae-RJ, Brasil Be integrate the exhibition, organized by the Agency for the Brazilian Promotion of Exports and Investments (Apex-Brasil), from the 4 9 April, at the headquarters of the University of Milan, in the context of the event Interior Material Immaterial.

Fourteen creations signed by renowned designers and young talent, Which will show to the international public design excellence of Rio de Janeiro, were selected by the Rio + Design to participate in the exhibition. "We will present the work of professionals with different expressions, but united by the quality and innovation capacity. Projects are full of style it could not be otherwise when it comes to Rio de Janeiro. Apex-Brasil thank you for the invitation to integrate Brasil Be the event, during which we will maintain the tradition of participating in business meetings to establish fruitful partnerships for the development of industry and services in Brazil ", Says the Secretary of Economic Development of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Dulce Ângela Procópio.

Laboratory NEXT and Alice Felzenszwalb

The NEXT university laboratory PUC-Rio will surprise visitors with a printing project 3D ceramic material, developed together with the potter Alice Felzenszwalb. Eight pieces - made from sustainable and natural materials to 100%, clay and porcelain, the latter then glazed in gold color - make up the series of the result of an innovative search objects for the creation of specific mixtures for the device and the 3D realization of own designs during the printing process.

NEXTPUC

NEXTPUC

Em2Design, Bench Ratoeira

Just awarded the IF Design Award, the Ratoeira bench (in Italian, mousetrap) is the ingenious project Em2Design which will be exhibited for the occasion. Its seat is in the "jequitibá" wood, tubular and feet are made of carbon steel with electrostatic painting. The seat is locked by a lever from a native branch of the tubes that make up his feet. The rounded finish of the seat adds sweetness to the product giving modernity.

Banco Ratoeira Em2 Design - Crédito photos Salão Design

Banco Ratoeira Em2 Design - Crédito photos Salão Design

Gisela Simas, coffee table Dada

The coffee table Dada, designed by Gisela Simas study Original Practical Design (OPD) and manufactured from Elon Móveis de Design, is another piece of the exhibition. In wood and glass, it evokes the years 50 and Scandinavian style for its straight lines, simple shapes and muted colors. His name is a tribute to the sister Gisella, nicknamed Dada.

GISELA SIMAS DADA

GISELA SIMAS DADA

Two products that embody the concepts of lightness and comfort

Two choices produced by the Rio + Design to compose the exhibition are born from the concept of lightness and comfort characteristic of hammocks, an accessory for the house widely used in Brazil. One of them is the magazine Brisa, New study Bold_a design company, Leo Eyer. Wooden "ipê" Ant and fabric, has a retractable support, thanks to the handles, allows it to be easily moved into the house. The integrated removable tray at the top is used to support the desired objects for relaxation. The second object is the Muu chair, Creation of Gustavo Bittencourt. Its fine and elegant structure is made of steel with a chrome finish and wood recovery "jacarandá"; while the leather seat curious because it seems to float in space.

BOLD REVISTEIRO

BOLD REVISTEIRO

GUSTAVO BITTENCOURT cadeira Muu

GUSTAVO BITTENCOURT cadeira Muu

Study Zanini, chair Zina

Study Zanini de Zanine de Zanine, will be presented with the Zina chair, produced by América Móveis. The designer - who was inspired to iron furniture designed by his father, Zanine Caldas, in the mid '900 - matched carbon steel, velvet and solid wood to process a furniture with personality, appearance and urban industrial aesthetic.

ZANINI ZINA

ZANINI ZINA

Guto Indio da Costa, stackable Serelepe

Guto Indio da Costa, indium da Costa Design, perform the Serelepe, refined chair and the timeless style with a dynamic and slim profile.

Compact, comfortable, durable and stackable, it is suitable for internal or external environments, and is available in different colors. In polypropylene, its molding is to be assisted with gas injection.

IndiodaCosta Serelepe baixa

IndiodaCosta Serelepe baixa

Armchair and ottoman Marapendi

The Lattoog, designers Leonado Lattavo and Pedro Moog, will participate with Marapendi chair, manufactured by Líder Interiores. From the fluid forms and minimalist character, the piece incorporates practical and versatile solutions. Its aluminum structure is covered with synthetic fibers; the padding is removable. The complete an accessory that can be incorporated into the seat and serve as a support for the feet or act as a table.

Lattoog armchair Marapendi and Puff Marapendi

Lattoog armchair Marapendi and Puff Marapendi

tables / stools Uni, Duni and Te

Freddy Van Camp will show to the public event the trio of tables or stools (the user chooses how to use them) Uni, Duni and Te, Freijó in solid wood, manufactured from Elon Móveis de Design. Fun and functional, they possess a marker personality thanks to the details performed in traditional joinery: different heights, identification of holes in the surface, cuneiform joints, etc.

FreddyVanCamp UNIDUETE

FreddyVanCamp UNIDUETE

Fernando Jaeger, table Tabuleiro

The work of Fernando Jaeger will be represented by Tabuleiro table. With a central base that escapes to the conventional design to mix light wood with steel fittings, the furniture has three versions: round, square and rectangular. Tabuleiro possesses solid wooden feet of "seringueira", which are connected to the laminate floor in "Freijó" from central steel rod. It can be used in kitchens, living rooms, porches and even corporate environments.

Mesa Tabuleiro - Fernando Jaeger

Mesa Tabuleiro - Fernando Jaeger

Lina chair, inspired by the Bauhaus style

The Fantastic Studio Design, Leo and Fernanda Mangiavacchi propose the chair Lina - Corten steel version, inspired by the Bauhaus style, but with a Brazilian touch. The tubular structure in wood with metal connections is shrouded by a "canvas" sheet which gives support to the seat and the backrest. The result is a solid piece of furniture, comfortable and visually light.

FANTASTIC LINA

FANTASTIC LINA

Construção tables

Ivan Rezende exposure leads its line of Construção tables using materials used in daily life by the popular buildings in Brazil. The metal base with black enamel paint is combined with bearing surfaces that can be realized with firebrick, "cobogó" in concrete (typical of Brazilian concrete blocks) or in solid wood from sustainable management.

IVAN REZENDE CONSTRUCAO

IVAN REZENDE CONSTRUCAO

Dialogue Design, table lamp Freeze

The Dialogue Design, propose Freeze, Ricardo Saint-Clair, a reinterpretation of the legendary table lamps with flexible arm.

Made via direct laser sintering of aluminum, with UV metallic finish and equipped with a LED light bulb, it has a checkered form, but is distinguished by being static, like a sculpture.

freeze saint clair

freeze saint clair

Eduardo Baroni, chair Galante

The armchair Galante is the object conceived by Eduardo Baroni that will complement the exhibition. With solid wood base "Freijó", wooden details of "ipê" tobacco-colored, padded with aged leather, is expressed through a fluid design that enhances the art of the craftsman and the virtues of raw-materials, capturing the look on her curves. And 'contemporary, but with a classical grandeur.

Eduardo Baroni armchair Galante

Eduardo Baroni armchair Galante

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