Cucampre launches IDRA chair and ID stool

Brazilian designer Olavo Machado Neto of studio Cucampre, has launched the IDRA chair and the ID stool, both of which were exhibited at Milan Design Week this year.

The pieces draw inspiration from the designer’s homeland, the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil, which has a history of metal production, as well as farming and agriculture.

The silhouettes of both chair and stool resemble the wooden benches found in these farms. There are two finishes available: one is covered in leather to be used indoors, and the other one explores the core material – iron.

WGSN Lifestyle & Interiors subscribers can see more examples of new furniture in the report, Latest Launches – Furniture: May 2015.

– Heloisa Righetto

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