Pedro Paulo Venzon : Arauto, Pudica, Bamba

Graduated in 2011, the young Brazilian designer Pedro Paulo Venzon imagine tables and metal chairs, inspired by the works of top representatives of Brazilian modernism such Flávio de Carvalho, Lina Bo Bardi or architect Oscar Niemeyer.

"[My] concern is to create parts That Arise from a Particular reading of the discussions surrounding contemporary and modem design in Brazil." Pedro Paulo Venzon

Pedro Paulon Venzon realizes tinted metal furniture black, gold or, more rarely, in bright colors. Minimalist, achievements play with the contrast of geometric shapes, while flexibility and lightness.


Chairs and Pudica Arauto have a steel or marble circular seat and a high back, consisting of a rod and a circle for a, a narrow oblong plate to the other. La Bamba table is characterized in turn by a large circular plate and an amazing base. Blending a circle and two metal rods, it evokes the "o barred", emblem of the designer.


Photographs: Pedro Paulo Venzon

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