Brazilian furniture designer Vinicius Siega recently launched a new furniture collection for Carbono Design that merges minimalist with a tropical flavor. Each piece in the collection, which includes seating, tables, and vases, seeks balance through mixed materials and changes in visual weight. Siega merges a combination of Brazilian walnut, painted steel, and textiles that result in a versatile collection of functional pieces that lean towards minimalism, all while staying inviting.
Vinicius Siega Launches a New Furniture Collection for Carbono Design
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