Brunno Jahara’s objects delight the senses and provoke reflection. He transforms abandoned newspapers into delicate light fixtures, and he turns aluminum into colorful vases, lamps, and bowls. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Jahara studied industrial design at the University of Brasília and Venice University of Architecture. He worked for Fabrica in Treviso as well as several studios across Europe before establishing Jahara Studio in São Paulo in 2008. The studio designs production pieces for various manufacturers and makes original objects from locally sourced materials.

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