Lina Bo Bardi Memorabilia

<p style="text-align: Strips justify;”>Going on with the tributes to Lina Bo Bardi´s birth centenary, this June, several events and lectures reminded us the creative architect. Lina that developed an eye for objects design from the beginning of her career in Italy, when she moved to Brazil, could go deep into the country habits and climate, which provided her a fusion between her modern design and the Brazilian popular culture. With the blessings of Lina Bo and P.M. Bardi´s Institute, some emblematic pieces of her furniture were chosen to be launched by Etel Interiores such as: the tripod chair, considered by Habitat magazine one of the first interpretations of the Brazilian culture, reminding the habit of the Brazilian Indians to use fabric and leather to create hammocks; the brass balls chair, the swing chair and an auditorium chair she created for MASP (São Paulo Museum of Art).

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English oakley outlet Art Curator Noemi Blager, who was enchanted with Lina´s work, and determined to bring it to the mainstream , debuted in US this month with the exhibition Lina Bo Bardi: Together, at Chicago´s Graham Foundation. The exhibition included 3 pieces of the limited edition Bowl Chair edited by Arper, offering a design conceived by Lina in 1951 and which had never been produced before. During the 50´s, that were also marked by the building of Lina´s own Glass House in São Paulo; she focused her attention on an industrial concept, with organic and sturdy lines. The Bowl Chair is a great icon from that period.

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Lina Bo Bardi Memorabilia

Continuando as homenagens pelo centenário do nascimento de Lina Bo Bardi, neste mês de junho vários eventos e palestras lembraram a criativa arquiteta. Lina que teve uma visão para o design de objetos desde o início de sua carreira na Itália, com sua vinda para o Brasil, pode aprofundar o olhar nos hábitos e clima do país, o que lhe proporcionou uma fusão entre o seu design modernista e a cultura popular brasileira. Sob as 2016-11-20 bençãos ray ban outlet do Instituto Lina Bo e P.M.Bardi , algumas peças emblemáticas de mobiliário foram escolhidas pela ETEL INTERIORES para serem reeditadas: a poltrona tripé, considerada pela revista Habitat uma das primeiras interpretações da cultura brasileira, já que ela lembrava o hábito indígena de usar tecidos e couro para construir redes; a cadeira com bolas de latão; a poltrona de balanço e a cadeira que criou para o auditório do MASP (Museu de Arte de São Paulo).

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A curadora de arte inglesa Noemi Blager, encantada com o trabalho de Lina e decidida a trazer sua obra para o mainstream, organizou a estreia da mostra Lina Bo Bardi: Together, em terras americanas, em Chicago na Graham Foundation, este mês também. A mostra inclui 3 peças da edição limitada lançada pela Arper da cadeira Bowl, originalmente desenhada em 1951 e que nunca havia sido produzida. Nesse período, marcado também pela construção de sua casa de Vidro em São Paulo, Lina focou seu olhar em um conceito industrial, com linhas orgânicas e robustas. A poltrona Bowl é um ícone dessa época.

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