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Sérgio Roberto Santos Rodrigues (1927-2014) was a Brazilian architect and designer who has been dubbed the father of Brazilian furniture. Indeed, he was responsible for establishing a new paradigm in design, setting himself apart with his very own language in his quest for clearly recognizable Brazilian identity. He is renowned for his use of robust woods like jacaranda, peroba and imbue to create quintessential icons.  


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SERGIO RODRIGUES
Eleh Bench, c. 1965
Rosewood
14.5 H x 49 W x 27 D inches

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SERGIO RODRIGUES
'Diz' Chairs, c. 2002
Imbuia Wood, Lacquer Finish
28 H x 28.5 W x 34 D inches

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