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Top 20 Interior Designers Brazil to get inspired by and fall in love with.
Recognised for her signature style of neutral bases and finishes, the interior designer graduated from the Faculdade Belas Artes of São Paulo and also gained an MBA in Management for Office of Architecture and Interior Design by the Getúlio Vargas Foundation. Aline’s work is focused on sustainability in interior design aiming at the reuse of materials as well as for opting for the appropriate technologies.
From commercial projects to corporate space and residential design, Aline Dinis customises her creations according to the client’s needs and style, as you can see from some of her popular projects. So, in every interior design project that she creates, the interior designer chooses natural high-quality materials to bring warmth, elegance, and functionality to the overall look. She is an inspiration in the contemporary style.
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Felicitas Piñeiro was born in Argentina but lives in the beautiful city of São Paulo since 2003. The interior designer is passionate about creating the perfect home decor projects for her clients based on a contemporary vision. She considers herself as an expert in colour, with that being one of her many secrets for creating the perfect interior design project, such as the Ipiranga apartment, Lapa apartment, and Brooklin project.
Aside from creating bespoke interior design projects for the different parts of the house, the renowned interior designer is known as the “little princesses”, kids, architect/decorator specialist from São Paulo. Inspired by the magical world of children’s imagination, the interior designer always incorporates bright colour tones and creative concepts in her magical design projects that can take any client back to their own childhood dreams. From princess-like bedroom decor to nautical themed bedroom projects, her inspiring creations are based on the dreams of the little ones.
Before discovering her passion for the contemporary interior design world, the interior designer worked in the advertising industry, where she studied the intimate relationship between behaviour, consumption, experiences, and sensations. Inspired by the relationships between people and everyday life, such as art and design, travel and nature, Anna Lucia tries to incorporate new materials in her contemporary design projects, as you can see through the Mourato commercial building project. Each one of her designs seeks to add functionality to the design, as well as to bring versatility to furniture and environments, allowing users and unprecedented situations.
Considered as one of the most renowned architects in the country, Brunete Fraccaroli graduated from Mackenzie University of São Paulo and is currently recognized as the “Queen of Color” of Brazil. With 30 years of experience in architecture and interior design, the bespoke design projects created by the Brazilian interior designer have been published in several magazines, such as In Casa, TOP magazine, JLS Magazine, among others. Incorporating unique colours, textures, and shapes in elegant shabby-chic environments is one of her passions, as you can see from her popular modern residential projects like Housing in Guarajá, Perdizes apartment, Sumaré residence, and Aclimação apartment.
With 25 years of experience in the interior design industry, the interior designer is specialized in interior architecture and customised design projects. From bespoke residential interiors to innovative, Matarazzo features an extensive portfolio of design projects in the city of São Paulo that combines the sophistication of the classic with the practicality of the modern design style.
Her design studio is considered one of the most respected offices in the city thanks to the talent and professionalism and high-quality services. The company has participated in several exhibitions, such as Mostra Casa Cor São Paulo, Equipotel and Casa da Criança project.
The Campana Brothers (Humberto Campana and Fernando Campana) are a Brazilian Design Studio that has been making headlines for several years. In 1983, the two brothers teamed up to make furniture made of ordinary materials including scrap and waste products such as cardboard, rope, cloth and wood scraps, plastic tubes and aluminium wire. From 1997, some of their products including the Vermelha chair began to be produced and sold in Italy.
In 1998 the Campana Brothers became the first Brazilian artists to exhibit their work at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, along with German lighting designer Ingo Maurer. In 2002, the renowned interior designers started crafting their own line of limited editions and unique pieces handmade at the studio in Sao Paulo. The Campana Brothers studio is represented by Friedman Benda in New York, Carpenters Workshop Gallery in London and Paris, as well as Galleria O in Rome.
Trained in interior design and with a wide experience in project development and management, Cassiana Franco graduated in Interior Design by Panamericana de Artes. She is very inspired by her incredible travelling experiences where she gained contact with different cultures and styles. Her design studio is focused on transforming your desire for beauty and comfort into an everyday reality, in all the environments of your home. The interior designer has created more than 60 contemporary design projects of the condominiums Chamonix, Villa Veneto, Laranjeiras, Santa Rosa and Ville de France, in Itatiba.
This incredible design studio founded by Débora Brandão seeks to combine, harmony, balance and incredible aesthetics in their contemporary design projects. Specialised in interior design works and house renovations, this design studio creates amazing designs for distinguished clients in Brazil and the United States.
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After working as an editor for ELLE and ELLE Decoration magasines, the renowned interior designer founded the famous Westwing in 2011. The idea for her amazing design magasine emerged in her previous career where she had a hard time finding incredible Home & Living products and inspiring online shops at affordable prices. Westwing is now setting the trends in 11 European countries.
Turning a new apartment or house into a cosy stylish contemporary home, creating decoration inspired by the seasons, finding a very personal style of furnishing, exploring new trends, investing into favourite pieces for a lifetime has always been Delia’s passion. From contemporary home decor accessories, like pillows, plaids, lamps, a coffee table and wall decoration to incredible pieces of advice, Westwing is the answer to your problems.
Specialised in interior design, product design and design consulting, Fabio Galeazzo founded his incredible design studio (Galeazzo Design) 19 years ago. His amazing contemporary design projects incorporate rich textures, colours and human references which results in unique functional environments that fulfil the client’s needs.
His amazing design projects in Brazil have been published in renowned national and international design magazines, such as Vogue, Bamboo, Whish House, Architecture and Construction, Casa Claudia, AD Mexico, Attitude Portugal, Interni Italia, Interni Russia, and ProDesignChina. Fabio’s most famous design project is the “Cabana Urbana” (2011) since it was published in more than 50 countries across the world and won during the Casa Cor SP 2011 event and the American Treehugger Award 2012.
Considered as one of the best interior designers in Brazil, Fernanda Marques was born in São Paulo and graduated in architecture from the São Paulo University. Early in her career, she apprenticed with Gian Carlo Gasperini, one of the masters of contemporary architecture in Brazil. In 1990 she opened her own office, Fernanda Marques Architects, which acts as a channel for its multidisciplinary work.
Defining architecture as a creative and comprehensive activity, Fernanda does not limit her work on the playing field. Aside from the architecture and interior design, this company develops objects, shows and projects with graphic content, auditory and visual. They are focused in on collaborative integrated concepts between various departments: development, production and communication.
Led by Giseli Koraicho, an interior designer from Panamericana de Arte and Design, the interior design studio develops unique contemporary design projects that combine sustainability and technology with amazing aesthetics. From unique residential projects to corporative interiors, each of their amazing design projects follows the latest design trends.
“Nothing better after completing a project, then to feel and prove that my client feels welcomed in the projected environment and, more than that, that his personality is marked within each of the spaces”, say the interior designers who have been operating in the interior design industry for over five years.
Founded by three renowned designers, Kwartet Architecture studio bases its contemporary design projects in functionality and clean design. Bruno Batistela, Iraima Castro and Melina Moraes’ goal is to go beyond the creative affinity of the project should go. Their main idea present in their design style, in other words, is to go beyond the beautiful looking and functional, the architecture must accommodate users and their daily lives, providing a better quality of life and stimulating interaction.
For Liliana, every interior design project should reflect the personality, tastes, and memories of its residents: it must go beyond the concern with the appearance and fulfil the desires in order to make the day to day functional and the life more inspiring. She is focused on creating amazing contemporary environments that fulfil the client’s needs and expectations.
Graduated in Engineering by USP and an Interior Designer by the Pan American School of Art, Liliana Zenaro combines her high-tech baggage with creativity and aesthetic sense in order to create incredible contemporary design projects, that are sophisticated and welcoming while at the same time reflecting balance and comfort. Her design studio has delivered more than 200 contemporary projects (such as the residential project in Pompéia and in Moema) and has been published in several national and international magazines (digital and printed editions).
Born in 1968, the renowned interior designer became famous in Brazil for his amazing work in “Home Sweet Home” from Huck’s Cauldron in Globo. After graduating from the Faculdade Belas Artes in São Paulo and enriching his career by working with distinguished studios, Marcelo decided that it was time to create his own design studio which is focused on creating incredible interiors.
They seek to interpret all the connections, cultural, behavioural identities, and history of the projects that he performs. With over 20 years of experience in interior design, Rosenbaum gets his main inspiration from his Brazilian heritage and national arts and crafts. He has participated in several inspiring modern design projects throughout the country, such as Dalva e Dito (2009), Bossa (2015), Brazil Building (2014) and Fanenda Canuanã (2017).
The creative design studio founded by Priscila Imaizumi and Patricia Alvarenga is specialised in developing architecture, landscaping, and interior design project thanks to this creative duo’s years of experience. From residential interiors to commercial design projects, their mission is to fulfil their client’s needs through the best suppliers and solutions for your space. In other words, they work with other professionals to provide the best result for your work and your modern design project.
From bespoke residential interiors to functional commercial designs, the interior designer has been developing contemporary design projects since 2008.
Focused on combining functionality with harmony and incredible aesthetics, Regina features an inspiring portfolio with projects spread across the country, like the contemporary apartment project in Riviera. She also has a bimonthly column in the Casa Valentina blog where she shares the most inspirational decoration tips with all the design lovers who follow it.
Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of Santos, Sig Bergamin signed residential and commercial projects throughout Brazil and even in Europe and the United States, with a style he himself defines as a summation of eclecticism, ethnic diversity, humour and versatility. The renowned architect has participated in exhibitions and architecture country’s most important decoration such as Casa Cor, Showhouses and Showcases and his work has gained prominence in books, magasines, newspapers, TV and radio programs.
With two offices, one in São Paulo and another in New York, Sig Bergamin has been included in the list of 101 top decors in the US, according to House Beautiful magazine. In 1997 he launched the book SIG, in partnership with the photographer Tuca Reinés were gathered his best projects done so far. In 2003, he launched two other nominated books “I love it!” and “I love Brazil”, where he gives tips and decoration and has a bit of its history. Known for incorporating your personal taste into the design, his amazing house represents perfectly his signature style.
This renowned design studio directed by the distinguished architect Camila Moreno features a wide portfolio of contemporary design projects in São Paulo, Interior and coastline of São, Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul and Rio de Janeiro. With 10 years of experience, each of their inspiring design projects is tailored according to the client’s needs, dreams, and lifestyle. When it comes to their take on the interior design industry, “Do with soul, creativity, and love. Put a part of yourself in what you do” is their daily motto in that regard.
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