Notably Niemeyer

Furniture highlights that recall the work of Brazil's concrete poet

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The Niemeyer bar cabinet from Jetclass.
The Niemeyer bar cabinet from Jetclass.

From Jetclass, the Niemeyer bar cabinet pays tribute to the architectural richness and curved lines of the iconic buildings the master created throughout his career. 

With curves and bold color that are reminiscent of Niemeyer’s work, the Onda chaise lounge by Armani:Casa was born from the idea of creating a sinuous silhouette in one flowing piece
The Onda chaise lounge by Armani/Casa.

With curves and bold color that are reminiscent of Niemeyer’s work, the Onda chaise lounge by Armani/Casa was born from the idea of creating a sinuous silhouette in one flowing piece.

The statuesque back of the Brutaliste chair by Christopher Guy will remind some architecture buffs of the equally brutalist National Congress building in Brasilia
The Brutaliste chair by Christopher Guy.

The statuesque back of the Brutaliste chair by Christopher Guy will remind some architecture buffs of the equally brutalist National Congress building in Brasilia, one of Niemeyer’s most famous structures. 

Talk about creators inspiring other creators! The Ruffee settee by Alfonso Marina is an homage to the work of Le Corbusier that adheres to LC’s love of sculptural expressionism
The Ruffee settee by Alfonso Marina.

Talk about creators inspiring other creators! The Ruffee settee by Alfonso Marina is an homage to the work of Le Corbusier that adheres to LC’s love of sculptural expressionism—a concept that aptly defines the approach Niemeyer (himself an unabashed disciple of LC) took with his own architecture. 

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