Modern and Eternal at São Paulo design week

Already confirmed for São Paulo design week 2018, the Modern and Eternal show is one of the festival’s attractions. Idealized by the interior designer Maria di Pace and the journalist Sergio Zobaran, this year it presents to the public ten spaces signed by consecrated professionals and debates the post-luxury movement and the re-signification of the consumption in the current days. In its 5th edition, will last 12 days and will be held at Studio 689, Ugo di Pace, Alameda Gabriel Monteiro da Silva.

Already confirmed for São Paulo design week 2018, the Modern and Eternal show is one of the festival's attractions.

Already confirmed for São Paulo design week 2018, the Modern and Eternal show is one of the festival's attractions.

The exhibition and sale aims to provide visitors with an immersion in the history of Brazilian and international furniture, objects and art. In addition, it reinforces its concern for sustainability and environmental awareness: “We work with the re-use of pieces of eternal value and use of recyclable assembly materials, discarding any generation of waste,” explains Zobaran.

The rigorous selection of pieces that compose the ten environments of this edition – created by strong names of the architecture like Ana Maria Vieira Santos, Dado Castello White, David Bastos, Gustavo Neves, In House, Luciana Teperman, Marco Aurélio Viterbo, Murilo Lomas, Sig Bergamin and Wesley Lemos – are immediately on sale to the public.

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” Modern ad eternal” brings in its DNA the concept of mixing the old with the new, featuring a curator that joins furniture and objects of current design, vintage and antique, as well as works of art. “Every edition we seek to reinforce the importance of conscious consumption in the decoration and appreciation of furniture and design,” explains Maria di Pace.

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