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Francisco always had a look

for design.

As a child, he assembled toys from the waste of an old broom factory and, as a teenager, he took a course for two years in the production of wooden toys, as well as popsicle sticks in houses and churches.

in free time.

In 2012 he completed the technical course in building (IFMG) and, in 2016, he graduated in architecture from the University of Itaúna - MG.

Passionate about furniture and inspired by the Paulistano armchair by Paulo Mendes da Rocha, he specialized in Furniture Design at UEMG in 2018.

In 2017, it launched its first products: the São João luminaire line, the Mesa Arreda and the Banco Pinguela. In 2018, the Pipa eo Cabideiro Cerrado lamp was a finalist in the Museu da Casa Brasileira Award, and, in 2019, a finalist in the Salão Design Award. Also in 2019, it launched the Adélia armchair.

With a strong inspiration from Brazilian culture and affective memory, her creations are marked by meanings, and, along the way, explore differs.

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