Creators

We curate and select the most unique and talented designers and artisans from all over Brazil to create a special collection of objects that represent the essence of Brazil.
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Barbara Bareca

Born and raised in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Barbara Meirelles has a degree in product design and is the head, along with her two business partners, of the design studio Cultivado em Casa. The studio is a reference in the design world when it comes to experimenting with new materials and concepts, encompassing multiple design practices. The designer is focused on a new path that emphasizes object design, which she believes to be the most primitive and the original design domain.

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Breve Cerâmica

Augusto Ribeiro, a product and interior designer, decided to merge his career, hobby, and family business into one. He grew up visiting his grandfather’s brick factory and started playing with clay in art class while in school. After graduating college with a degree in Industrial Design, he started envisioning how clay could get him the creative release he craved but couldn’t find working in a design firm. In 2019, Breve was born as a brand of ceramic objects that explores several different shapes, techniques and materials. By combining the process of design and prototyping with experimentation and artisanal crafting, Augusto’s pieces range from utilitarian to art objects, creating unique items with each process and concept he develops.

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Camilla D’Anunziata

Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Camilla D'anunziata is a contemporary artist that plays with scale-up objects to create outstanding sculptures and utilitarian art pieces such as lamps and furniture. With a maximalist style, she often turns to the occult, metaphysics, and the expansion of consciousness as part of the research for her multimedia work. Camilla has a background in both fashion and journalism, and she works from her studio in São Paulo; her portfolio includes ceramics, textiles, glass, and gold.

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Danielle Raiola

Growing up in Brazil, artist Danielle Raiola spent time playing and creating shapes with clay at her grandmother’s house; as an adult, clay would again be part of her life, once she realized the material was a metaphor for patience, tolerance and transformation. What started as a hobby of crafting pieces for friends soon grew to be one of the most sophisticated and exclusive ceramic brands in Brazil, being found in the homes of celebrities and influencers alike. Raiola’s goal is to inspire people to choose handcrafted and versatile pieces that can be used many different ways at the table and home.

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Fellicia

Founded in 2011 by sisters Alessandra and Renata Piazzalunga, FELLICIA is a brand that searches creative references in ancestral craft techniques in order to create their exclusive décor pieces. Their products are focused on local identity, craftsmanship and Brazilian raw materials, valuing heritage and sustainability. Through an organic cooperation between researchers and designers, FELLICIA’s actions have benefited around 150 artisan families over the last ten plus years.

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Home Wish

Home Wish Decor is a brand that creates art from Brazilian gemstones with minimal interference in order to preserve their natural elements and visual depth. Born in São Paulo from the creative mind of Raphaela Grazire, the studio turns raw stones into precious utilitarian homeware objects like vases, bowls, and other versatile pieces. Their unique artwork combines beautiful design with the powerful energy of gemstones. Home Wish Decor believes that decorating a home should not only beautify but also inspire.

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Isolda

Isolda was created in 2011 as a multicultural and global brand by Juju Affonso Ferreira, alongside her sister and a childhood friend. She grew up in the lush coastal city of Salvador, Bahia, where she would frolic among the birds and monkeys and fruit trees; years later, those beautiful tropical images would inspire Juju to create her brand. Isolda's tableware collection is entirely made in Brazil, with a careful selection of natural and sustainable fabrics and handmade designs inspired by art and nature, marrying creativity and sustainability – the brand’s strongest pillars.

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Ma Perle

Ma Perle Table Couture was born from the fascination that a beautifully set table brought Ticha Ribeiro since she was just a little girl. From her grandmother, she learned how to appreciate the elegance in the details; from her mother, the importance of the personal touch; from her aunts, she discovered the fantastic world of antique and vintage finds .With a background in fashion merchandising, Ticha brings more than 20 years of experience in the fashion world into the design realm.The mix of eye-catching details, unique materials and design is her all encompassing passion, and that passion is what brings Ma Perle to life.

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Nicole Toldi

Explorations of the natural form are central to Nicole Toldi’s evolving aesthetic. The Brazilian ceramist from São Paulo mastered the use of raw porcelain to recreate shapes and textures that are ordinarily present in nature. The white surface allows for organic textures from fruits, roots, rocks, and leaves to emerge as the principal design element of her work. Each piece is entirely handmade and uniquely extraordinary.

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NóS DesignColab

Created by Fabio Andreoni, NóS DesignColab is a platform that aims to develop new ideas for products that are 100% Brazilian. The platform includes more than 500 brands from micro, small and medium sized businesses.

Andreoni engages in a collaborative manner with the brands during the product creation phase, as well as helping with the business development of these companies, in an effort to guarantee a sustainable growth that will benefit both the social and environmental spheres.

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Paleae Brasilis

Born from the creative mind of designer Brunno Jahara in partnership with fashion designer Ana Voss, Paleae Brasilis is a collection of tropical objects and accessories created using straw and traditional weaving as their basic inspiration. With beautiful pieces that speak of Brazil in an international language, they help their vast and multicultural country build its own design identity, becoming a place of abundant resources, innovation and craftsmanship.

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Studio Ana Vaz

Moved by the desire to work with unusual materials, Ana Vaz experiments with copper and stainless steel wires, fishing lines, bark, burlap, branches and leaves, among other media. She prioritizes recycled and sustainable materials. Ana Vaz uses crochet, tricot, and different weaving techniques to create original design objects that are both utilitarian and decorative. Based in Belo Horizonte, in the southeast of Brazil, the artist builds interactive pieces that are open to influence the end consumer. This way, she leaves space for each of her creations to tell different stories in different spaces.

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Studio Objeto

Behind each art piece from Studio Objeto is the desire to express art and poetry in objects that are part of our daily life. This art studio based in São Paulo translates memories and other sensory human complexities into utilitarian art pieces. Table lamps in ceramic or natural textiles and decorative tableware items are part of this acclaimed Brazilian brand’s collection.

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Ventura Designs

Brazilian artist from Minas Gerais, Valeria Teixeira de Carvalho carefully handcrafts molten glass pieces that follow a delicate process from beginning to end. This artisanal ritual has repeated itself for more than twenty years and today boasts the seal of Ventura Design Vidros. Her design studio creates a charming range of glass tableware with pieces that are made to be mixed and matched for a fun and colorful tablescape.

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Tramei

Hailing from Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, Tramei was born from the creativity and partnership of friends Helena Macêdo and Cecília Miranda. Helena is geologist turned makeup artist and Cecília is a lawyer who likes to knit and used to have a t-shirt brand. Tramei had its inception during the pandemic, and the designs transform traditional beach chairs into gorgeous works of art. Today, the brand employs local women – lovers of design and all things handmade – to help produce those beautiful chairs for clients all over Brazil and across the world.

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Wa

Drawing inspiration from the concept of harmony within community, Wa – Produtos da Natureza aims to bring nature’s energy into homes by handcrafting items that use natural materials and are made by artisans and designers that have the gift of turning objects into art.

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