Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 70cm (W) x 70cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 27.6" (W) x 27.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Porto low tables are composed of a circular top that seems to rest on a sturdy oblong base. Lightness and weight overlap creating a harmonic and unconventional monoblock.
The unagreement between the geometry of the elements generates irregular pieces capable of evoking movement, as they elude the gaze, changing according to the viewing angle. The tables give continuity to the Porto collection, whose inspiration comes from the weight and scale of the anchoring elements.
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Hometown: SÃO PAULO
Based in: SÃO PAULO
The studio is formed by Ricardo Innecco and Mariana Ramos, respectively an architect and a product designer. They were born and studied in Brasilia, a city known for its modernist architecture and urbanism. In 2012 they moved to São Paulo where they worked in relevant architecture and design studios. In 2015, they started to work in collaboration under the title RAIN.
RAIN is an independent design studio which the main activity is the development of furniture, lighting and objects. The studio produces and commercializes its own pieces, working with Brazilian and international design stores and galleries. They also work in collaboration with other brands and in the development of limited editions and installations, in which a strong graphic and sculptural content stands out.
Their work has been worldwide published in medias such as Casa Vogue, Folha de São Paulo, Dezeen, Designboom, Disegno, Sight Unseen, Architectural Digest, Deco Journal China, Milk Magazine, Ignant. In 2018 the electronic magazine Dezeen chose them as one of the "five emerging Brazilian designers to keep an eye on."
The Studio is located in the Barra Funda region of São Paulo, in a space that works as atelier, showroom and, eventually, hosts studio exhibitions.
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