Who are the Campana Brothers?

Who are the Campana Brothers?

The Campana Brothers, Humberto and Fernando, are among the icons of contemporary furniture design. Since 1983, the Brazilian siblings have achieved both national and international recognition and popularity thanks to their ingenious designs and creativity.

What does the Danish Design Museum offer?

The museum offers permanent exhibitions where guests can explore the Danish design legacy and historical roots along with sources of inspiration. Guests can also enjoy contemporary Danish design, a lovely museum garden with outdoor serving during the summer period, a cafe and a museum shop. Suggest edits to improve what we show.

Who is Estudio Campana?

The brothers (Humberto Campana, b. 1953 and Fernando Campana, b. 1961) created Estudio Campana in 1984 in São Paulo. From the very beginning, collaboration with local communities, factories, and industries have been an important part of their activities.

The Campana Brothers (Humberto Campana, b. 1953 and Fernando Campana, b. 1961) are Brazilian designers . In 1969 they co-founded Estudio Campana, which became recognised for its furniture design and intriguing pieces – such as the Vermelha (1993) and Favela (1998) chairs.

In 1998, Estudio Campana debuted their first international show with the German lighting designer Ingo Maurer, “Project 66”, which was curated by Paola Antonelli at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In later years, the studio expanded its repertoire to the areas of architecture, landscaping, scenography, fashion, among others.

What awards has Estudio Campana won?

Estudio Campana has been the recipient of many important awards, including Order of the Arts and Letters, Paris (2013); Design Miami Designer of the Year (2008); George Nelson Design Interior Awards, Interios Magazine USA (1999). Bildmuseet, Umeå University, Sweden. November 2, 2014 – February 2, 2015