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Brazilian Contemporary Design by Rodrigo Almeida Construtivista chair in Mahog

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Brazilian Contemporary Design by Rodrigo Almeida Construtivista Chair in Brazilian Mahog, 2014 Limited Edition of 2 The Construtivista chair with versions in Brazilian rosewood and mahogany, combined with straw backrests, uses material from the recycling of furniture. In an interview with architect Tatiana Sakurai (2009), Almeida emphasized that he works - (...) against the flow of the culture for industrial design - and believes tha - this is one of the characteristics of Brazilian art and design -. For him, - Brazilian culture is born of the impasse, of the creative gap that exists between not knowing how to do something and having to do it. I think we are not a technical culture and the good thing about that is that we don't copy things properly... . exhibitions: Coleções, Legado Arte gallery, Sao Paulo, Brazil, August, 2014 IDA-RJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September, 2014 MADE, Sao Paulo, Brazil, November, 2014 published in: Coleções catalogue, edited by Legado Arte, pages 53, 54, 55, 56 modern furniture in Brazil, 2o. edition revised and expanded, Maria Cecilia Loschiavo dos Santos, Olhares, page 244

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Legado Arte

Since 2003, Legado Arte gallery is a space dedicated to those who want the quality and exclusivity of 20th century design. Specializing in decorative arts, from Brazilian to international design, whose works, always certified, are among the most innovative of their time and have been finely restored to enhance a decoration project or to expand a collection. In 2013 the gallery started editing limited series of works by contemporary Brazilian designers, becoming the first Brazilian gallery to order, finance and edit Brazilian designers, always handmade products. Located in the most important street of luxury furnitures and designs in Brazil, the gallery had an area of 300 square meters restored and re-designed by the architect Osvaldo Tenório in 2016 to better shelter and expose the collections. - about Beth Santos: curator and co-founder of Legado Arte, Beth Santos is an adviser in the formation of important private collections of decorative arts.
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