Style and quality that are unmistakably Italian. Tactile materials such as antique wood, glass and steel. Refined design. These are the elements which give form to the new range of tables and matching chairs designed for Modloft. Different styles, ranging from new romantic to urban, from natural chic to vintage, each and every products interprets a different mood. Your mood.
Bruno Faucz, from Santa Catarina, Brazil, grew up with a paper and pencil always in hand, fascinated by the creative world. Following his postgraduate degree in Furniture Design through the Master International Design program in partnership with renowned Italian institutions, Bruno opened his own design studio named after him. It is based on three principles: Market, Industry, and Design. Bruno is always seeking to bring products that are complete in their multiple stages, from the production to daily use in people's homes. His main goal is to share his creativity and continue learning about this amazing profession.
When I'm designing, I'm inspired by everything: nature, cars, architecture. I love that modern design is practical, objective, and impactful. People experience the home and its furniture every day, and that influences the quality of one's life.
Hailing from the esteemed Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Urd Moll Gundermann is lead designer and product developer at rug maker Linie Design. Linie Design rugs, renown for their originality and simplicity, are handmade in India using authentic traditional craftsmanship. Linie Design is a member of CARE & FARE, an organization that fights illegal child labor and to improve the living conditions of carpet knotters and their families.
What I seek to provide is a moment for self reflection; a brief visual meditation that allows one to recharge. Geometric designs have no cultural barriers and speak to a shared humanity. I like to believe my work is a soothing response to the the speed of our lives, a necessary pit stop to reclaim inner peace and perspective of our souls.
Vanessa Martins studied architecture and uses her furniture design to express her ideas and senses on living well. Vanessa won several prestigious design awards, including the Brazil Design Award, Good Design Award and IF Product Design Award. In search of constant improvement in her work, Vanessa continued her education in surface design, which provides limitless new possibilities for her creations.
Considered a "Design Hero" in his native Brazil, Fabricio Roncca searches for beauty, sustainability, and balance of materials to affect space. Inspired by Brazilian architecture, Fabricio has won several international furniture design awards, including the coveted A'Design Award in 2019.
Stefano Sandonà designs express a dialogue between opposing design principles and the elements of contemporary culture. Stefano's inspiration comes from his travels; in particular, the architecture and landscapes that translates into winding objects, intense colors and sensory trends.
Internationally recognized having won the prestigous German Design Award and IF Design Award, plus a finalist in Brazil's Museu da Casa Brasileira, Brazilian designer Ronald Sasson has experienced a wave of success in recent years. Ronald pushes the boundaries of design with ultra thin profiles, refined metals, and exotic wood finishes to produce truly eye catching furniture-as-art.