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Saravá! Saravá is a word that reflects Brazilian heterogeneity. The word derives from the Bantu languages, brought to Brazil through slavery between XVI to the XIX century. Today it is a common expression to greet or welcome someone. It comes up in various song lyrics and everyday conversations, especially among […]


Narrativas do Sertão

EN “Narrativas do Sertão” is a selection of three different patterns inspired by the landscape and culture narratives of the Brazilian northeast region called “Sertão Nordestino”. The collection was designed by the Veredas Atelier. FR “Narrativas do Sertão” est une sélection de trois différents motifs inspirés par le paysage et […]


Clarisse Romeiro

EN VEREDAS is an atelier specialized in the creation of textile patterns. The production is the result of the continuous research and conception creation of the designer Clarisse Romeiro. Each collection is inspired by a specific theme deeply linked to the Brazilian culture. Clarisse Romeiro’s work has been recently recognized […]


Sabiá s’invite au BHV Marais

This content is available in French only Published by BHV Marais on 2016/09/30 SABIA S’INVITE AU BHV MARAIS DIY Brico / Déco Pour bien finir la semaine du PARIS DESIGN WEEK, LE BHV Marais invite Sabiá et vous présente le design brésilien. Sabiá présente, pour la première fois en France, la marque […]



Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992), Brazilian/ Italian architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi was born in Rome in 1914 and at 25 years old was a graduate in architecture from the University of Rome. Soon, Lina moved to Milan where in addition to working on architectural projects, she was an editor for […]


Sabiá on RG

This content is available in Portuguese only Published by RG Magazine on 2016/09/15  


The cobogó and the Brazilian design

The cobogó was designed in the 1920s in Recife, a city located in the northeast region of Brazil. Its name derives from the combination of its creators’ last names: the Portuguese Amadeu Oliveira Coimbra, the German Ernesto August Boeckmann and the Brazilian Antônio de Góis. While working in the civil […]


The Neo-Concrete Experience

The Neo-Concrete Movement was born of the rupture with the Concrete Movement, which was introduced in Brazil in the early 50s inspired by groups such as Bauhaus, De Stijl, Sovietic Construtivism and Ulm. Differently from the Concretes that saw art as a rational expression based in geometry compositions, the Neo-concretes believed that art was not only […]


Athos Bulcão, Master of Brazilian tiles

Athos Bulcão (1918 – 2008), Brazilian artist Athos Bulcão was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1918. In the 1940s, with just only 21 years old, he was introduced to Cândido Portinari, one of the most acclaimed Brazilian artist. He assisted Portinari with the murals for São Francisco de Assis Church, […]