Brazil’s Espasso is dedicated to keeping the legacy of the country’s most prominent design minds alive. This vignette showcases the Amorfa coffee table by Arthur Casa, a beautiful example of amorphous design, as well as the late Oscar Niemeyer’s Alta metal lounge chair, a piece that recalls the curves found in the master’s architecture.
The Canela chair from Roberta Schilling mixes cane, wood, leather, and fabric to celebrate Brazil’s indigenous cultures.
The electric cable of the Corda pendant by Guilherme Wentz for Sossego becomes one with its metal sling, providing the perfect cupping for the glass lamp.
The Flora floor lamp by Zanini de Zanine for Slamp was inspired by the Monstera Deliciosa plant and features 60 petals around a satin sphere that’s illuminated from its core.
Designed by Vinicius Siega for Saccaro and made of walnut or jequitiba wood, the Vertice dining table brings a succession of cuts and folds to the piece’s base, giving it its unpredictable character.
Compiled by Annette Sessa-Galbo and Luis R. Rigual