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The Itabira Collection is born from the nostalgic anguish of coming from a city surrounded by progress and destruction. The same opulence is tragedy. The studio got inspiration from stories about precarious mining in the homonymous city, which occurred intensely in the seventies, leaving a myriad of issues to both the municipality and population.

The Cauê Stool is a homage to Pico do Cauê (Cauê’s Peak), in Itabira. Pulverized mountain, crushed in billions of pieces, as described by Carlos Drummond de Andrade, one of the greatest Brazilian poets of all time. The design has inspiration from the mining universe, with the seat resembling a bateia (gold pan). The seat, completely detached from the structure, rests on a Freijó wood laminated frame. The set of materials utilized creates texture and color rich product.

Dimensions: 43 x 43 x 46 cm (W x D x H)

Material: MDF with natural veneer (Freijó), carbon steel and canvas (Beige or Grey).
Finish: Matte varnish and electrostatic painting.

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