mercado.arte.design opens at jockey club in são paulo mercado.arte.design opens at jockey club in são paulo
aug 09, 2016

mercado.arte.design opens at jockey club in são paulo

 

for the fourth annual edition of mercado.arte.design, or MADE, brazilian designers will present their wares at the jockey club, in são paulo, brazil from august 8th to 14th. sponsored by bradesco private bank, the event was organized with the intent to increase and diversify the local art and design community.

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‘mercado.arte.design’ from august 8th to 14th at jockey club, são paulo, brazil
images © MADE
top: tiles, designed by lurca azulejos 

 

 

 

this year’s event includes a new initiative — paper made — where participants convey ideas and information solely through drawn visuals. also, MADE had entered into an exclusive contract with adorno design, a danish e-commerce site where shown wares will be available on a global scale. lastly, the fourth edition includes the innovation award, an honor given to the top three products in each of the three presentation categories. winners are to receive custom trophies designed by marcelo rosenbaum — whom MADE awarded with 2015 design of the year — with judging by the MADE advisory board with curators waldick jatoba and bruno simoes. 

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bench ‘iaiá’, designed by gustavo bittencourt

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bench, designed by 80e8 design studio

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chair ‘vazio’, designed by caio lobo

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clothes valet, designed by claudia moreira salles for dpot

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steel coffee table and sideboard, designed by vasconcellos barreto

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wool stool ‘barbicacho’, designed by inês schertel

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

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