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Casa Vogue was launched in 1975 and has positioned itself as the leading brand within the premium interiors sector referencing style, design and architecture.
Fibra Design Studio
Fibra is a Brazilian sustainable design studio comprising four university peers: Bernardo Ferracioli, Pedro Themoteo, Bruno Temer and Thiago Maia.
Massimo Morozzi + Fernando Campana
Massimo Morozzi first saw the Vermelha chair by the Campana Brothers in 1997 in a magazine. Thirteen years later…
The logo for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil represents passion and transformation.
Not of the body
Antibodies is a rich visual exploration of the work of the Campana Brothers from the past 20 years.
Design by the other 90%
The streets of Brazil are full of startling design solutions by ordinary people driven by pure human need.
Marcelo Rosenbaum's latest collection of furniture, Caruaru, is inspired by one of the oldest cultural fairs in Brazil.
Unique finishing touches is what makes the Campana Brothers's workable furniture designs sought-after decorative items.
Copacabana's stylish streets
Copacabana was probably made famous by the Barry Manilow song but this beach in Rio also has some pretty grand street art.
Inspired by Brazilian street life, the Campana Brothers combine everyday objects with advanced technology to create a specifically Brazilian approach to design.
A coat of paint can go a long way in making a colourful and empowering difference in the lives of poor communities.
Brazil's got the solar power tower
It might look like something that belongs to a futuristic movie, but it may well become a symbol of Brazil’s commitment to a sustainability.
Marcelo Rosenbaum answers SMS questions
The Brazilian designer answers the question on everyone's lips at Design Indaba Conference 2010.
Big in Brazil
Frederico Duarte sits down with Brazilian designer Marcelo Rosenbaum to unpack a celebrity status beyond the boundaries of design.
Brazilian designer Marcelo Rosenbaum sees the house as an element capable of increasing the self-esteem of the Brazilian people.
Marcelo Rosenbaum at DI2010
Brazilian designer Marcelo Rosenbaum is bigger than mere design circles. He is a rare designer who wards off autograph mobs in the street.
Belgian choreographer Frederic Flamand and Brazilian design duo Humberto and Fernando Campana give life to Ovid's Metamorphosis poems.
Tees for trees
Brazilian fashion designer Carlos Miele has launched a range of T-shirts as a fundraiser for the Rainforest Foundation.
Zest for Life
An extract from the text of Zest for Life: The Work of Fernando and Humberto Campana at the Design Museum, London.
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