Moora Brazilian Furniture
Founded in 1945, Artefama has always maintained balance between social and the environmental concerns. We make furniture that resembles art; art influenced by Italian and German craftsmanship. We’re recognized worldwide for our accountability, innovation and quality design. The company is also the great pillar of a new brand named MOORA that present us with the best designs of well-known Brazilian designers such as Angelo Duvoisin, Zanini de Zanine, Bruno Faucz, Bernardo Senna, Marcelo Rosenbaum, Rejane Carvalho Leite, Leonardo Lattavo, Pedro Moog, Luciana Martins and Gerson de Oliveira. Unique pieces that are certain to enhance any home decoration. After all, we don’t just create furniture, we create art that lives around you – responsibly.
DESIGNERS AND PRODUCTS
Zanini de Zanine
Zanini de Zanine is a carioca with a different look and has accumulated more than fifteen awards in his career. He graduated in 2002 in Industrial Design at PUC-Rio and since then has conquered an admirable career.
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.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, the designer Bernardo Senna graduated in Product Design from UFRJ - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in 1997.
Angelo Duvoisin is an architect graduated in 1999, he also has an MBA in Business Management and Lean Manufacturing.
Rejane Carvalho Leite
The disquietude and curiosity led her to become professional in an area that explores creative connectivity with the world.
LATTOOG, more than a fusion of the names of the partners, the architect Leonardo Lattavo and designer Peter Moog, is the proposal of an innovative experience in design and architecture, marked by the plurality of two different, but complementary, backgrounds.
Since it emerged 21 years ago, Luciana Martins and Gerson de Oliveira focus their work on the edge between design and art. Not afraid to experiment and to open paths, they both aim for an intelligent creation.
Graduated in Production Engineering and specialist in Lean Manufacturing, his design seeks the technological limit of the productive system taking advantage of all the potential of the machines, which results in surprising pieces that appear to be literally carved by human hand.