Triptyque Creates a Homage to Brazilian Designers with this Interior

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: triptyqueblog.blogspot.fr & designboom
Triptyque is an interior designer and architect who worked with an international firm to redesign a new interior. The goal was to pay tribute to famous Brazilian designers and artists of the past, so certain objects are either signed by popular individuals, or made by them.

According to DesignBoom, "the conference table is signed by Oscar Niemeyer, the chairs in the reception are made by Paulo Mendes da Rocha, and the lawyers’ offices feature decor autographed by Sergio Rodrigues." Anyone who works in this space will be constantly reminded of creative minds from the country. On top of that, the area will help people with concentration and happiness while on the job, as it allows plenty of natural light to seep through with wide open spaces for collaboration.

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