Guto’s major expertise lies in urban furniture design and management, including bus stops in the capital of São Paulo State as well as projects in Aracaju and Juiz de Fora. As an award-winning designer, the highlights of Guto’s projects are Smarthydro bathtub, which enables people to schedule bath services from a phone, and Spirit, a double-blade ceiling fan that contains 30 percent more wind flow. He studied industrial design from Europe’s Art Center College of Design (ACCD), where his journey of design inspirations began.
Worked on Rosenbaum® office for over 20 years, Marcelo has been passionate about interpreting Brazilian values through design. The Brazilian-born Marcelo from Santo André City has been the creative artist of the“Home Sweet Home” section produced by Caldeirão do Huck TV show on TV network Rede Globo for five years, and has delivered lectures for different industry sectors in his domain.
Graduated from Mackenzie University (São Paulo, Brazil) in 1993, Patricia established her first studio in 1994. She then devoted to work on the commercial, corporate and hotel business. Some famous projects she has designed include Bank Boston and Club Med, and other banks, estaurants, offices, shops and world-renowned hotels. Patricia has collectively done projects for 60+ professionals and 700+projects. She has expanded her business from Brazil to other parts of the world, including Portugal, Spain, the United States, Angola, Chile and the islands of São Tomé and Príncipe.
Brazilian-born architect Ricardo now lives and works in Milan, Italy. After graduating from Pernambuco Federal University in Brazil, A-A (Architectural Association) in London, and Politecnico in Milan, he has primarily worked on architecture and design, brand identity and art planning for fashion stores, showrooms, offices, houses and hotels.
Growing up watching his dad José Zanine Caldas crafting woodwork, Zanini has been interested in designing with ingenuity and originality at a very young age. He then studied industrial design at PUC-Rio to further develop his family legacy with competence. One of his favorite collections he designed is solid wood furniture, transformed from cherished demolition materials, the columns, beams and gateposts collected from old houses. He also uses industrial materials from ecologically-friendly sources such as plastic, methacrylate and metal. Zanini has received awards from Brazil and design centers of the world, making him a seminal figure to represent modern Brazilian carpentry.