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GUTO INDIO DA COSTA

Designer

Graduated in industrial design from the Art Center College of Design in Europe, Guto Indio da Costa skips the design and transportation areas of Indio da Costa A.U.D.T. Much sought after for urban furniture projects – responsible for the new bus stops in the capital of São Paulo State, besides creations in Aracaju and Juiz de Fora, for example – Guto also has award-winning design projects around the world, such as the Smarthydro bathtub (that allows scheduling a bath from the cell phone) and Spirit, a two-blade ceiling fan with innovative design, that provides 30 percent more wind flow.

MARCELO ROSENBAUM

Designer

Brazilian, born in 1968 in Santo André city, the designer has been working for more than 20 years heading the Rosenbaum® office. The primary inspiration of his work is the Brazilianness values. Rosenbaum has completed five years as a creative artist for the "Home Sweet Home" section of the Caldeirão do Huck TV show (Rede Globo), and provides lecture cycles for different industries.

PATRÍCIA ANASTASSIADIS

ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER

Graduated by Mackenzie University (São Paulo, Brazil) in 1993, Patricia Anastassiadis opened her first office in 1994. He moved into the commercial, corporate and hotel business, designing banks, restaurants, offices, shops and renowned hotels, such as Bank Boston and Club Med. Today, Anastassiadis Arquitetos boasts 60+ professionals and 700+ projects developed. In addition to Brazil, Portugal, Spain, the United States, Angola, Chile and the islands of São Tomé and Príncipe are other places where the office does business.

RICARDO BELLO DIAS

ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER

Brazilian, the architect currently lives and works in Milan, Italy. Graduated from Pernambuco Federal University (Brazil), A-A Architectural Association (London, UK), and Politecnico (Milan, Italy), he primarily works with architecture, design, corporate identity and art direction for fashion stores, showrooms, offices, houses and hotels.

ZANINI DE ZANINE

Designer

Graduated in industrial design from PUC-Rio, Zanini de Zanine grew up watching his father, José Zanine Caldas, work. That's where he got his professional inspiration from. His original productions include solid wood furniture made of demolition material – columns, beams and gateposts from old houses, and furniture with industrially-manufactured pieces, using, in addition to wood from controlled sources, diverse materials such as plastic, methacrylate, metal, and parts of other industrialized products. Zanini received some of the most important design awards in Brazil and abroad.