The Ita Stool was designed in 2014, with the name from the Tupi, meaning “stone”, and has as concept to take the organic shape of the stone and fit it into the wooden stool, leaving only the straight surfaces, like a corner of stone.
The Pauá Stool, created in 2003, has the name from the Tupi, meaning “everything, very, large extent”, and is considered the wild card of Tora Brasil, being a versatile stool.
The Guarani Stool, created in 2008, has the name from the Tupi-Guarani, meaning “warrior,” and is a continuation of the Kaiowá Stool. The idea is to leave it sanded, with a geometric shape.
The Abiru Stool is a design created in 2010, whose name, from the Tupi-Guarani, means “full, replete, fat, plump” and was the inspiration for the appearance of the piece of furniture, similar to a gas container but made of wood.
“Women’s legs are my inspiration for this collection: sinuous, full, stepping on the ground reaching great heights in the vastness.” Delphine
This collection is inspired by women’s legs. The strength, determination, and persistence of a woman’s walk, especially the ability to give birth. We bring this through the shine and choice of materials. The sinuous shapes reflect the diversity of women’s bodies. Women’s legs were never made to run after anything other than their own sun.
Chess is an ancient game of strategy. Sometimes it imitates the field of battle. The greatest interest lies in the checkmate, that is, the capture of the opponent’s king. The brilliance and our greatest inspiration in this game is knowing that, even played with four hands, it is individual strategy that wins the battle. Trusting the ancient rules and merging them with the creation of one’s own strategies is key to everything. We learn from chess about the strength of silence, resilience, and the power of self-confidence. Are you ready to play?
AVAA Collection expresses the aesthetics and warmth of wood with unparalleled and universal authenticity. The burnt wood from Amazonia according to the Japanese technique shou sugi ban gives a fascinating material, allowing to obtain an infinite range of variations in appearance, a range of colors ranging from intense black to black with gray or blue reflections, textures varied according to the intensity with which the wood was scratched or burned.
The Xaim Stool was created in 2019, with the idea of being a bedside table with two support surfaces, an intermediate and a superior, and a metal only suspended behind, as if it were a cut and lifted block.
The Itajubá Stool was made in 2021, with the name from the Tupi, meaning “yellow stone, gold”, and the idea of making a stool with a golden finish.
The Helix line is so named because it is sculpted on the underside with the same principle as helices, in a direction from the center. The multidirectional cuts of the Helix line make the wood grain appear differently on each exposed side, providing stability and visual movement simultaneously.”