Born in Rio de Janeiro, Guto graduated in Industrial Design at the Art Center College of Design. Today he coordinates the Indio da Costa A.U.D.T (Architecture, Urban Planning, Design and Transport) branches. Multiple award-winner, Guto is a member of the Rio de Janeiro Design Advisory Board, design exhibitions promoter and an international awards jury member.
With their design, architecture and innovation, Marcelo Rosenbaum and his team add cultural identity to everything they do. Marcelo created the Essential Design methodology and is curator of the MAM-SP Club. With Ornare’s LITE line, Marcelo came in first in the Joaquim Terreiro Award/MCB 1997.
Patrícia grew up among fabric and thread at a women’s tailors. Graduated in architecture from Mackenzie University, she has undertaken projects such as Bank Boston, Brookfield, TishmanSpeyer, among others in both domestic and international markets. Patrícia designs spaces where architecture and design promote well-being and comfort.
Graduated from the Federal University of Pernambuco, Ricardo Bello Dias now lives in Milan. Associated with Studio Piero Lisssoni in Milan, he opened his own architecture, design and art direction office in 1996. Ricardo B. Dias runs projects in Europe and Africa, and is a permanent Art Director at Ornare.
Graduated from FAU – the architecture and urbanism faculty at USP - University of São Paulo, Ruy Ohtake brings his own unique language to his works. Committed to pursuing contemporary Brazilian architecture, he signs up to many multi-purpose projects.
Born in Rio de Janeiro city, Zanini grew up watching his father, the architect José Zanine Caldas, work. He graduated in Industrial Design at PUC-Rio and has received important design awards in both Brazil and abroad. He designs pieces for large domestic and international brands including Ornare and was named Designer of the Year by the Maison & Objet Americas 2015.