Zalszupin, 1970s

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Fiberglass and wool



Occasional chair designed by for L’Atelier – 1970s

The Polish Born (1922) moved to Brazil after WWII, where he found a position to develop his extremely sensual, modern architecture. A desire to rebuild a new post-war world and a wave of development in Brazil proved an ideal time for this creative atmosphere to flourish. Zalszupin‘s furniture is marked by graceful lines, strong use of local woods an a conflation of impeccable woodworking and classical detailing.

Zalszupin was one of the founders of the brand L’Atelier, a design collective comprised of architects, engineers, craftsmen and a full-scale team of professionals that did everything from researching materials to the finalizing the product. With the birth of the utopic Brasilia during the 1960′s and 1970′s, virtually no public building was left by the brand’s creations. l’Atelier’s designs stand as benchmarks of modernism to this day.

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