Henrique Steyer, the architect from Albus Design in Porto Alegre lately finished a new showroom for furniture manufacturer FLORENSE in the city of Teresina. The 8600 sq.ft (800 m²) keep was offered an Brazilian character. “The time has come to seize what’s ours and paint our houses with our paints. If we sing our song, everybody will want to dance to it. Thus arises this decor inspired in a chic and daring Brazil“, the architect stated.
As you enter the shop, a wonderful chandelier in French design, developed employing rubber leftovers from truck tires, greets visitors. Regional artisans and artists where recruited to craft exclusive pieces developed by me. All the culture of the state of Piauí is portrayed in this retailer, as observed through the eyes of a expert outsider drawing focus to the regional art. The distinct colors and finishes of the furnishings are highlighted by the tongue-in-cheek decor, accomplished often with rubber ducks and Leite de Rosas (a well-liked and conventional Brazilian cosmetic), and occasionally with 19th century French porcelain.
The architect’s signed furniture pieces, inspired in Brazilian fauna, also emphasize the idea, with the monkey-shaped yellow table. For people who check out this shop, the message is clear: Far more than ever, Brazil is in vogue. Let yourself be drawn in and become a portion of this world! [Images and info offered by means of e-mail by Henrique Steyer]
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