Bruno Faucz

  Bruno Faucz is from Santa Catarina, a state located in the south part of Brazil, he is graduated in Furniture Design and post-graduate in Product Design from the Master Course International Design. He is totally passionate about his profession, Bruno jokes that he practically was born with paper and pencil in hand.
 In 2013 Faucz started his own Studio of Design and was invited to exhibit in the Weeks of Design in SP, NY and Paris. In 10 months, Bruno reached more than 30 publications in journals of the Interior Design sector. The armchair Canela made by him gained prominence and recognition and was published in the book "Brazilian furniture Design" which has the main works of seats between 1928 and 2013.
 "What I find most amazing about design is that we seek the intangible, the feeling, desires and needs and turn it into something tangible, that at some point will bring benefit to someone, whether material, physical or emotional," he explains.

Collection Bruno Faucz - Moora Brazilian furniture



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Cadeira Timber

 Developed to unleash the potential of industrial machinery, Timber Chair features several beveled wood panels. The solid lines on the side bring dynamism to the design and the triangle reminds us of the meaning of this element: strength, balance and harmony.



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Poltrona Marquês (costas)



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Poltrona Pilão (costas)

 This piece was drawn after a deep research with the aim of studying objects that were once part of the Brazilian culture history. The coffee was eventually the main subject of study. It is part of the daily life of any Brazilian since 1727 when it was first introduced in the country by the French. The pestle was a tool used to grind the grains and is related to manual work of a prime quality coffee. This object was the inspiration for the design of the Pestle Armchair.



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Poltrona Pilão

 This piece was drawn after a deep research with the aim of studying objects that were once part of the Brazilian culture history. The coffee was eventually the main subject of study. It is part of the daily life of any Brazilian since 1727 when it was first introduced in the country by the French. The pestle was a tool used to grind the grains and is related to manual work of a prime quality coffee. This object was the inspiration for the design of the Pestle Armchair.



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Poltrona Trentini



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Poltrona Trentini (costas)



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Poltrona Vip

  The initial idea was to work with unusual materials on the daily life of a designer, in this case, metal and molded parts in wooden blade. A scenario was created to guide and inspire the creation. A chic and classy scenario: a presidency room, where they had more classic dark furniture and the chair should match with all that, but without the heavy, classical language. It should be something elegant that would make a counterpoint in that environment. Copper brings the noble, dark shell connects to classic, the look is completed by the fabric and leather. The VIP name was chosen due to the importance of the place where the idea was conceived. It’s a place where important people would talk about important issues.



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Poltrona Vip (lateral)

  The initial idea was to work with unusual materials on the daily life of a designer, in this case, metal and molded parts in wooden blade. A scenario was created to guide and inspire the creation. A chic and classy scenario: a presidency room, where they had more classic dark furniture and the chair should match with all that, but without the heavy, classical language. It should be something elegant that would make a counterpoint in that environment. Copper brings the noble, dark shell connects to classic, the look is completed by the fabric and leather. The VIP name was chosen due to the importance of the place where the idea was conceived. It’s a place where important people would talk about important issues.



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Cadeira Timber com braço



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Cadeira Timber com braço costas



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Puff Pilão

 This piece was drawn after a deep research with the aim of studying objects that were once part of the Brazilian culture history. The coffee was eventually the main subject of study. It is part of the daily life of any Brazilian since 1727 when it was first introduced in the country by the French. The pestle was a tool used to grind the grains and is related to manual work of a prime quality coffee. This object was the inspiration for the design of the Pestle Armchair.

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