Henrique Steyer, the architect from Albus Design in Porto Alegre just lately accomplished a brand new furnishings showroom for FLORENSE, within the metropolis of Teresina. The 8600 sq.ft (800 m²) retailer was given an Brazilian character. The time has come to grab what´s ours and paint our homes with our paints. If we sing our track, everybody will need to dance to it. Thus arises this decor impressed in a classy and daring Brazil, the architect said.
As you enter the shop, an awesome chandelier in French fashion, created utilizing rubber leftovers from truck tires, greets guests. Native artisans and artists the place recruited to craft distinctive items designed by me. All of the tradition of the state of PiauÃ is portrayed on this retailer, as seen by means of the eyes of knowledgeable outsider drawing consideration to the native artwork. The distinct colours and finishes of the furnishings are highlighted by the tongue-in-cheek decor, finished typically with rubber geese and Leite de Rosas (a well-liked and conventional Brazilian beauty), and typically with nineteenth century French porcelain.
The architect´s signed furnishings items, impressed in Brazilian fauna, additionally emphasize the idea, with the monkey-formed yellow desk. For many who go to this retailer, the message is obvious: Greater than ever, Brazil is in style. Let your self be drawn in and turn into part of this world! [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Henrique Steyer]