The Cunhaporã Armchair was created in 2009, whose name, from the Tupi-Guarani, means “beautiful woman”. The inspiration is a stool made of a wooden block, transformed into a stool with backrest and curves for an ergonomic design.
“Born in 2018. Original, vigorous, charming. Easy to fit into any interior or exterior. After such a short time, my version of the Loop is already iconic for the brand” Oswaldo Mellone
The minimalism of the design was born in Japan. Massive platform
on two transverse bars. Imposing and comfortable. Two padded
levels rest on the platform and on a corten steel support, invisible in
frontal and lateral views.
“Inspired by Niemeyer’s stroke, the point of tangency with the ground emphasizes this influence. As a result, the ergonomics are ideal for you to do nothing.” Oswaldo Mellone
The Matueté Chaise was designed in 2009 for a Cor house with Patrícia Martinez. From the Tupi-Guarani, Matueté means “very well done, great.” The idea of the chaise is to take a wooden board and divide it into three parts, seat, backrest and footrest, so that the wood fits and is subtle, like a recliner.
The Hinge chaise receives its name due to the aesthetic elements present in its design, which resemble hinges, the elements used to connect the parts of this furniture piece. The concept of the chaise explores the thickness and design of the solid wood planks’ grain, with ergonomics worked into the angle placement. To give the final touch, a natural leather cushion is overlaid on the top part, with adjustable height by counterweights.