The "Palhinha" chair synthesizes the gracefulness of Brazilian 1950's design with its delicate wooden frame, tapered rounded legs and caned seat and back. Stylish and understated Branco & Preto classic designs, such as the lovely "Palhinha", have gained a new appreciation among today’s design aficionados. Part of the Etel collection.
Originally designed in the 1960’s and named after the Rio de Janeiro beach and romantic songs of Tom Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes, the "Ipanema" armchair offers a comfortable, easy and smart design perfect for a relaxed and elegant setting. Hand-crafted out of native Brazilian woods, the "Ipanema" features details such as wooden buttons, used for its upholstery, and leather sling arms, in a versatile design that remains as fresh today as when it was designed. Part of the Etel collection.
Designed in 1959, and the most recognized and iconic piece from design master Jorge Zalszupin, the "Dinamarquesa" takes cues from mid-century Danish design, (dinamarquesa meaning Danish in Portuguese), with its elegant and clean lines, and delicate frame. Made from native Imbuia wood and leather, the "Dinamarquesa" is part of the Etel collection.