Brazilians Alternate Exuberance and Minimalism at Milan Design Week

The idea is to present a different Brazil than one expects so that it is possible to make another reading of Brazilian design.

By Xiu Ying, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Work created by Brazilians and shown at the Design Week of Milan show two sides of Brazil: one of vibrant, tropical colors and the other sober and minimalistic.

The exhibition "Brazil: Essentially Diverse," at the Museo della Permanente, features the work of Paulo Alves, Leandro Garcia, Claudia Issa, and Noemi Saga, and other designers. In the 2,000 square meter space, furniture, nets, and . . .

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