Pranaup

Brazilian branding pour PRANA UP

O que temos para comunicar ao mundo (texte disponible momentanément uniquement en portugais) Branding é expressão. A partir da razão de existir de qualquer negócio, se constrói uma personalidade. Assim…

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…

Burle Marx, art and landscape

Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994), Brazilian landscape architect and artist Burle Marx was born in São Paulo, but soon moved to Rio de Janeiro with his family. With 19 years old, he went to…

Lina

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…
Clarisse Romeiro

Clarisse Romeiro, Veredas Atelier

FR Clarisse Romeiro (Veredas Atelier) est une artiste brésilienne spécialisée dans la création de motifs textiles. Son travail est le résultat d’une recherche approfondie où chaque collection est inspirée par…
Seringo folhas

Seringô

FR SERINGÔ est né au cœur de l’Amazonie, la plus grande forêt tropicale de la planète. Un projet social et solidaire qui offre la possibilité à des familles de vivre…

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…

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.…
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