Inspired by Brazilian street life and carnival culture, the Campana Brothers combine found everyday objects – such as scraps of wood and furry toys – with advanced technology to create a vibrant, energetic and specifically Brazilian approach to design.
Their cues come from everyday scenarios and using unexpected combinations of found materials – such as rubber hose, tissue paper, string or fabrics -Fernando and Humberto Campana transform mundane materials into objects that celebrate the discarded and are instilled with the spirit of contemporary Brazil. Take a look at the Best Buffets and Cabinets by Campana Brothers!
Sushi Collection (2002)
Sushi builds on the mash up of materials that resembles Japanese maki rolls originally developed by the Brazilian design duo in 2002 when they were investigating methods to make upholstery without relying on traditional techniques.
Piraruco Collection (2013)
A collection that includes a cabinet and sideboard made from the skin of the world’s largest freshwater fish, which is sustainably harvested in Brazil.
Fitas Collection (2013)
Capacho Collection (2014)
Fernando and Humberto Campana have chosen a coconut fibre rug commonly used for doormats as the latest material to incorporate into this furniture collection.
Canganço Collection (2015)
A collection of furniture that references the decorated leather clothing worn by Brazil’s 19th-century Cangaceiros bandits.