Estudio Campana

We learn from the materials; they tell us what forms they should take. ”

          Co-founded in 1984 by brothers Fernando (1961-2022) and Humberto (1953) Campana, the Campana studio has achieved international recognition for its ground-breaking design. The studio celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2019, followed by “Campana Brothers: 35 Revolutions”, a major retrospective exhibition at the Museu de Arte Moderna in Rio de Janeiro in 2020. 

          Deeply rooted in Brazilian culture and traditions but also carries universal values at its core, Campana studio creates their identity through life experiences. By incorporating the idea of transformation and reinvention, their creative process raises everyday materials to nobility.

          Based in São Paulo, Campana is constantly investigating new possibilities within the design field: from furniture making to architecture, landscaping, fashion, scenography, and more. Bridging disciplines and encouraging the exchange of expertise among communities and artists are vital sources of inspiration, fresh repertoire, and free-thinking. Working with multiple brands and industries allows them to combine the best of craftsmanship, sustainable production practices and state-of-the-art technologies.

          Campana pieces are part of permanent collections of renowned cultural institutions such as Centre Pompidou, Paris; Musée Des Arts Décoratifs, Paris; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Museum of Modern Art of Sao Paulo; and Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein.

          As one of the world’s most influential and iconic designers, the Campana Brothers founded Instituto Campana in 2009 to preserve their ever-growing collection for future generations and to promote design as a tool for social transformation through cultural and educational programs. 



Jalapão Chair, 2022

Capim dourado, leather, sheepskin, steel
35.5 x 37.5 x 29.5 inches
90 x 95 x 75 cm
Edition of 8

Galactica Sofa, 2020

Upcycled packaging polystyrene, leather, sheepskin
31.5 x 94.5 x 39.25 inches
80 x 240 x 100 cm
Edition of 8

Sereia Pirarucu, 2017

Cast bronze, pirarucu leather
38 x 108 x 46 inches
96.5 x 274 x 117 cm
Edition of 8

Autumn Sofa, 2017

Cast iron, woven fabric
31 x 124 x 32 inches
80 x 315 x 81 cm
Edition of 8

Branches Sofa, 2017

Cast bronze, woven fabric
40 x 138 x 42 inches
102 x 350.5 x 107 cm
Edition of 8

Noah Bench, 2017

Cast aluminum, woven fabric
41.25 x 101 x 42 inches
105 x 256.5 x 107 cm
Edition of 8

Noah Mirror, 2017

Cast bronze, mirror
78.75 x 43.25 x 45.25 inches
200 x 110 x 115 cm

Wave Buffet, 2016

Brass, felt, EVA
28.25 x 78.75 x 15.75 inches
72 x 200 x 40 cm
Edition of 8

Sushi Cabinet (Ocean), 2013

Carpet, rubber, EVA, fabric and estela handcrafted into sushi rolls partially covering stainless steel structure
70.87 x 47.24 x 15.75 inches
180 x 120 x 40 cm
Edition of 8

Detonado Chair, 2013

Reclaimed Thonet wicker, woven nylon and epoxy painted steel
33.5 x 42.25 x 28.5 inches
85 x 107 x 72.5 cm
Edition of 8

Fitas Buffet, 2012

Stainless steel
29.5 x 78.75 s 15.75 inches
75 x 200 x 40 cm
Edition of 8

Sushi Mirror, 2011

Bronze mirror, carpet, rubber, EVA and fabrics
45.28 x 31.5 x .79 inches
115 x 80 x 2 cm
Edition of 150

Bubble Wrap Chair, 1995

Plastic bubble sheet and chrome-plated steel
43.25 x 27.5 x 23.5 inches
110 x 70 x 60 cm
Edition of 3

Favela, 1991

Scrap wood, nails, glue
30.25 x 26.5 x 27 inches
76.8 x 67.3 x 68.6 cm


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