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Noah Vase
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Estudio Campana

Noah Vase

For three decades, Humberto and Fernando Campana have been established as the most significant designers in their native Brazil. They draw deeply on their homeland’s symbolism, material expertise, and history while also exploring the forms of global mass media.  Their objects are conceived from the ‘bottom up,’ using low-value production methods and materials, with inspiration taken from the street rather than canonical design history. The Noah vase is from one of their most recent  Hybridism series, in which they revisited one of their best-known ideas, furniture “upholstered” with a collage of stuffed animals. For this reinterpretation, they hardened the concept both in form and substance, using cast bronze to arrive at a compact but monumental statement.

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Estudio Campana
Cast bronze
Contributing Gallery
Friedman Benda
20 in × 21.5 in × 13 in
50.8 cm × 54.61 cm × 33.02 cm
Image credits: Courtesy of Friedman Benda and Estudio Campana, photography by Fernando Laszlo
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