Cuica low Chair

Special piece with a limited production (sold out), designed for an exhibition at the MandalianPaillard Gallery in Paris – 2007. Seat in turned pink Cedar, back and feet in Amendoim, with shellac finishing. […]

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Sahy Chair

Created in 2001. A simple design piece, made of solid wood. With extreme resistance, it can be finished in different ways, having seat and back in leather straps, or upholstered, braided straw, or just wood. […]

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Layla Chair

Designed in 1988 for my wife Sibylla to breastfeed our daughter Layla. Comfort, beauty, and constructive quality characterize this piece. Today produced with FSC certified wood. […]

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Iporanga Chair

Designed in 2002. It features an upholstered seat, and a portion of backrest lumbar as well, which offers great comfort fo the user. Its name is a tribute to Iporanga Beach, at São Paulo coast. It Tupi language, “i” means river, and “poranga” means beautiful. Nowadays produced with FSC certified woods. […]

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Estrela Chair

Designed in 1979, and presented on an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Arts, in Salvador – Bahia. This was the first piece that came out of the Atelier Carlos Motta carrying somehow a synthesis of Brazilian design. It was soon recognized, participating in many other exhibitions around Brazil and abroad, winning some awards, like […]

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Luna Chair

In 1990 we had the great pleasure of receiving the plants of the presidential palace (Palácio do Planalto – Brasilia – DF), sent by the office of the great and genius Oscar Niemeyer. The request was to design the furniture for the Game Room of the Palace. This chair is one of those items we […]

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Santa Cruz Chair

Designed in 1979. Made of solid wood, with braided Indian straw seat. It received its name in honor of  Santa Cruz, in California, a city where I studied design and construction techniques in wood and iron. Currently not in production. […]

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