Brazilian Design Heats up the Market

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TUJU Chef Set by Jahara Studio Photo Credit: Jahara Studio

A focus on natural and sustainable materials can be found at the forefront of contemporary luxury Brazilian design. Product designer Bruno Jahara has spent nearly a decade creating accessories and furniture that is not only aesthetically pleasing but represents his native, Brazilian roots. “Using natural materials like wood, wicker, straw, and clay is a large part of the Brazilian identity. We will always be recognized for our cultural traditions and Mid-Century design history but we are now wanting to diversify by adding twists on the classics to create luxurious pieces that last for generations.” Scroll through for some of the best of Brazilian design.

Stacks Collection by Jahara Studio

The collection of copper trays and bowls were inspired by geometric simplicity and overall functionality. Most pieces are equipped with handles to elicit a sense of ease when serving.

Photo Credit: Jahara Studio

Gargalos Collection by Jahara Studio

This verdant collection of glass tabletop accessories was made from recycled bottles and can be used and vases, decanters, or candle holders.

Photo Credit: Jahara Studio

Paleae Brasilis Collection by Jahara Studio

Inspired by the tropics, the collection of straw accessories where created using traditional weaving techniques and designed with the contemporary consumer in mind.

Photo Credit: Jahara Studio

Porcelain Box with Wooden Lid by Elizabeth Fonseca

A mix of natural wood and marine blue porcelain represent natural elements found in Brazil.

Photo Credit: Gilberto Ramos Paim

Under construction Sofa by Ovoo

Inspired by contemporary Brazilian architecture, the plush velvet Underconstruction sofa is as functional as it is a statement-making art piece.
Photo Credit: “A Lot Of “ marketing department.

Banco Nau Table by Guilherme Sass

This take on a traditional dining table has architectural lines and was created with 693-year-old Brazilian wood.

Photo Credit: courtesy of Guilherme Sass

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