There is this place where every night are warm and eternal; where time is perfumed by the exuberance of nature and where life is stretched between cocktails, smiles and complicit looks on the edge of a pool.
Here, fantasies mix with reality in a sweet and long yawn of tropical colors, where pleasure is nothing but having a bath in this bucolic reverie.
Home of mysterious strangers, diamond’s thieves, and untold stories. Those who arrive at these lands are invaded by a voluptuous melancholy and surrounded by the outrageous sensuality of the sweltering heat, that confabulate to submerge them in a warm dream, a TROPICAL DREAM.
It’s a naif look at the POP world: the combination of its colors and the shape of the planks that conforms the backrest gives certains clues about its name.
Nowadays the spaces and objects of a house transcends the functionalism, beginning the walk to hedonism and enjoyment.
Home is the refugee where we forget about the daily routine.
AMERICANO side table
Takes its name from the cocktail mentioned in “From a view to kill” James Bond’s movie, where it is said that a drink like this is the most appropriate to accompany a meal in an outdoor cafe.
The bon vivant’s spirit seizes the product, thought to stay next to a generous sofa and become a companion of enjoyment and relax.
Designed into the diffuse boundary between Art Nouveau and the formal rationalism we live nowadays, this lamp maintains the romantic fascination for nature and for the curved lines, very tipical from the early twentieth century, without losing the analytic aspect of our time.
Unpretentious, but without going unnoticed, this lamp brings us the craftsman’s hands interpreted by the machine.
This table is not a table, it is the very contrast of the forcefulness of the material floating on the floor; Is a trophy to show off.
Tropic sneaks into the deconstructed home graphically translated from natural wooden veneer crafted by the artisan; is history as part of the object and the pleasure of telling it.
SAN JOSÉ media unit (Rosewood version)
With defined curves controlled by a regular geometry, this media unit looks close to Brazilian modernism. The concrete and simple volume is elegantly erected on a minimal structure that reinforces the contained drama of the famous Copan building in Sao Paulo.
The shy road to the boring minimalism is left behind by the audacity of the rosewood and its strong grains, which lead us to marvel, once again, with nature.
VIME room divider
Installed in the middle of technology, it becomes imperative to return to the basics. The mixture of both worlds must be natural and clear, the technology where it worth it and the materials where they speak best. The formal will meet the needs of new areas defined by activities and no longer by walls.
Submerging yourself in nature is no longer that easy, but you can feel its warmth thru the materials.