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Bruno de Carvalho

Joaquim sofa

Seeking to provide comfort to those who visited his newborn son, the designer developed the Joaquim sofa, in homage to his eldest son. With references from Brazilian modernism applied to contemporary times, the piece brings a game of volumes, transparencies and cantilevered structures with materials such as wood and hexagonal raw cotton straw. The collection also unfolds in other sofas, armchairs, chaises and modules.

designer

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Bruno de Carvalho

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Madeira
tauari natural

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Lona

Vanila

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Madeira

sucupira

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Lona

Cru

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Madeira

ebanizada

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Kraft

9059

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Lona

Nude

measure

SOFA WITH 1 ARM AND TABLE

3000X820X650H

2600X820X650H

SOFA WITH 2 ARMS

3040X820X650H

2640X820X650H

2040X820X650H

MODULES

3000X820X650H

2600X820X650H

2000X820X650H

780X780X220H [table]

780x780x400H [puff]

400X780X170H [support box]

ARMCHAIR

860X820X650H

CHAISE

1600X820X650H

materials

_Solid wood and natural tauari, sucupira and ebonized veneer

_Raw cotton hexagonal straw

_Fabric (canvas, craft, weave, linen) or leather (nanuque, cognac, havana, duene and safran)