The Relax Backpack combines two products into one – a rucksack and a mosquito net. It is suitable for leisure activities, such as camping and resting, and research or field trips. Easy to be assembled, the backpack contains several compartments that can be easily reached while in use or when closed. It can fit equipment like laptops, notebooks, pocket knives, flashlights, squeeze bottles, etc. It is made of cotton canvas, nylon, tulle, zippers and nylon strings.
Discrete and modern, and featuring a groundbreaking design, the motorcycle padlocks Rock and Stone made by Pado prevent the wheels from moving when they are attached to the disk brake. They can fit into any disk-brake motorcycle model available on the market, from low cylinder capacity to high performance motorcycles. The padlocks are composed of aluminum, steel, stainless steel and brass, and come in light and dark grey colors. Pado is a market leader in Brazil with a 69% share of the domestic padlock market.
This is a six-seater dinner table made entirely of bamboo multilaminated boards. Geared to the high end market, the table is visually light with a well-engineered structural solution. The inspiration for the table’s design comes from wings of aircraft from the 1930s or earlier. Made with extreme precision, this table when ready actually resembles a piece sculpted out of bamboo.
The Linna Armchair design revisits historical elements like avant-garde and memory to create a timeless product. The chair is made of solid wood with multilaminated shells in the seat and back allowing for a variety of forms. The design is highlighted by features such as elegance, consistency and theme, whereby the material is in harmony with the human body.
This innovative handle for folding doors provides a different solution from what is usually available on the market, where you use both hands to close the door and often end up damaging the fragile knob. With the Easylock handle you use the same hand to fold and close the door. Featuring a clean design, its on-off button shape suggests technological elements, bringing added value to the brand’s folding doors.
The Trama Basket recovers in a unique way the concept of “Brazilianess” found in indigenous handicraft, more precisely in the art of weaving and looming, where the designers sought inspiration to create a novel product.
The urban painting project for the façades of houses and stores in the traditional São Paulo Italian district of Bixiga was developed to meet the requirements of the “Color São Paulo Program”, which is dedicated to preserving the city’s architectural heritage in districts of cultural, historic and commercial interest. The design proposal incorporated the traditional colors of Bixiga – green, white and red from the Italian flag – that were used on house and store facades covering a two block area. The greatest challenge posed by the design was to intervene in an urban context wit
São Paulo’s Soccer Museum is a multi-artform project combining architecture, curatorship, museography, art direction, multimedia and visual design. The Museum is situated within Pacaembú Soccer Stadium and tells Brazil’s history through soccer, while contextualizing and identifying this sport as part of the spirit and essence of Brazilian culture. Conceived as a multi-sensorial venue, each room of the museum arouses a variety of emotions and strong identification with soccer and Brazil’s history.
The Guaraná Jesus soft drink brand is an icon in the northeastern Brazilian state of Maranhão. The drink is a local tradition and Maranhão residents take great pride in it. A wide-ranging marketing strategy was created to enhance brand identity involving surveys of Guaraná Jesus consumers, sellers and even manufacturers. The new brand identity and the new can design were chosen through internet voting and SMS messages resulting in over 12,000 votes collected.