Furniture By Fetiche Design

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On my non-stop search for furniture for my new apartment (and more specifically for chairs for the dining table) I stumbled into Fetiche Design, a collaboration between designers Carolina Armellini and Paulo Biacchi. Their studio is based out of Curitiba, Paraná, but their pieces are available in São Paulo at Micasa, as well as in Belo Horizonte and Salvador. Make sure to check out their website to see their entire range of furniture, which I am now a big fan of.

La Bündchen At Balenciaga, Carine Roitfeld, Raquel, And Alessandra


Yamamoto And Kawakubo Chairs By Rodrigo Almeida

Brazilian furniture designer Rodrigo Almeida, whose work I am a little obsessed with lately, has created a  very cool new series of chairs inspired by Japanese fashion designers Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo.




Above: Yamamoto chair, Kawakubo chair, and Rei chair. To view Almeida's Miyake cabinet and his Geisha rug, visit his website.

Furniture By Rodrigo Almeida




Perhaps because of my new apartment and my move to São Paulo, I have become really interested in furniture design over the past year. I have not seen yet any of Rodrigo Almeida's pieces in person, but he is one of the new Brazilian designers that I find myself mostly interested in, possibly for the fact that there is a certain street art quality to his work, his unusual mix of materials, and of how cool everything he does would look on my concrete floors.

To view more of Rodrigo Almeida's work, visit his website. A video of his Desmontável chair after the jump.

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