One of the Campanas’ signatures is their constant reinvention of upholstery. Their 2002 Sushi II chair, shown here, is made from compressed and rolled fabric offcuts and carpet scraps picked up from neighboring shops and is inspired by the enormous Japanese community in Brazil, the largest in the world outside Japan. “We eat a lot of Japanese food,” says Fernando. “We have delivery — it’s like the Brazilian version of pizza.”
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One of the Campanas’ signatures is their constant reinvention of upholstery. Their 2002 Sushi II chair, shown here, is made from compressed and rolled fabric offcuts and carpet scraps picked up from neighboring shops and is inspired by the enormous Japanese community in Brazil, the largest in the world outside Japan. “We eat a lot of Japanese food,” says Fernando. “We have delivery — it’s like the Brazilian version of pizza.”