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PARIS

Design By: PATRICIA ANASTASSIADIS

With a more classical language, it's intended to work on the strokes, cushions, and details. The design is inspired by the living kitchen, and features some references to the days of the past. It is intended to provide comfort, bringing something of the classic style to the curre...

STILO

Design By: Ricardo Bello Dias e Stúdio Ornare

Stilo, stelo, stile, estilo, these are the similarities creating the image of this portfolio. The meanings of these terms refer to thin lines and soft and refined aesthetic sense. The Stylus line was born as a tribute to elegance and lightness. The handles of this line render fu...

STRIPE

Design By: Studio Ornare

A contemporary line, with straight lines and imperceptible handles embedded into the product. The unique finishes in color wood or laminate, plus the smart details and accessories, determine its functionality and personality....

WAVE

Design By: Ricardo Bello Dias e Stúdio Ornare

The Wave line provides clean, innovative and versatile shapes. Its linear handles, which feature unique design and are extremely ergonomic, can be used to compose the kitchen, closet or bathroom furniture in four different ways, horizontally or vertically, and also by opening two...

WAVE GOURMET

Design By: o Ricardo Bello Dias e Stúdio Ornare

The Wave line provides clean, innovative and versatile shapes. Its linear handles, which feature unique design and are extremely ergonomic, can be used to compose the kitchen, closet or bathroom furniture in four different ways, horizontally or vertically, and also by opening two...

Bola

Design By: Marcelo Rosenbaum

The round-shaped handle provides a playful look to the room. The colors make the product look stronger and more vibrant. It’s a young, colorful and stripped-down product, which, at the same time, refers back to the grandparents' house, bringing to the fore the affective memory,...

GASTRONOMIC STYLE

Design By: Estudio Ornare

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