Lunatik Armchair

Guará Armchair

Once again, designing a lounge chair, I feel coherence, beginning from good postures, comfort, and ergonomics. All the seats I’ve been designing along these 40 years, you find a conductive line, creating a family of pieces with a strong defined DNA. The same concept is found at the using reclaimed material, as the beautiful Peroba […]

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Timga Lounge Chair

A lounge chair of simple lines, made of rediscovered Peroba Rosa beams, iron components, laminated molded wood seat rest, and upholstered with leather created especially for this piece. These wood components received very little interventions at the shop, keeping the characteristics of the reclaimed original material. This lounge chair is an exercise of design and […]

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Pindá Lounge Chair

The Pindá Armchair was designed at a time of introspection and total relaxation over a period of a trip, where observing, surfing, and disconnecting from everyday life were the main aims. We continue with our ever-present concept of reuse in the choice of raw material. Now we chose the beautiful Perobinha do Campo wood. The […]

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Tim Armchair

After a series of physically heavy pieces, mostly by the fact they are executed ​​with rediscovered (demolition) Peroba Rosa wood, here is the Tim Armchair, made ​​of very slender components, with a gorgeous reused wood, Perobinha do Campo. In this piece, I retrieved some techniques that accompanied me at the beginning of my work in […]

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Java Lounge Chair

A metal tube frame, assembled through basic welds, in a rustic way, however very technical. This structure supports a pair of identical pieces, one for the backrest and another for the seat, both made ​​in molded laminate. The upholstery is fixed to the seat and the backrest through small brass pins. The aesthetic is interesting […]

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Radar rotating Armchair

Specially designed for the exhibition held in NY, September 2010 – “Used and Reused Wood: Furniture by Carlos Motta,” was also chosen by art curator Adelia Borges, to participate in the exhibition “Brazilian Design Today: Frontiers”, held in MAM in Sao Paulo, in 2009. This chair confirms the trend of artisanal construction techniques, and reuse […]

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Taguaiba Armchair

Designed in 2008, it receives this name to honor one of the most beautiful beaches of the Litoral Paulista. It is an armchair of extreme comfort, with clean design, mixing construction techniques of molded laminate, solid wood, and assembly with castings in bronze. The idea is to provide extreme comfort and rest to the user. […]

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Sergio rotating Armchair

Chairs and armchairs are difficult pieces to design and to build. The Sergio Rotating Armchair has its greatest difficulty at the rotating metal structure, by being completely handmade, taking no advantage in the ease of an industrial component. I was in my Atelier, in the developing process of this armchair, when I got the emotional […]

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