Banco Raposo

  • Prize
    Winner in Bench
  • Company/Firm
    mobilia TEMPO
  • Designer
    Ricardo van Steen
  • Lead Designer(Other)
    André Paoliello
  • Photo Credit
    Ricardo van Steen
  • Location
    São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Project Date
  • Web URL

This solid stool with feet that look like a speeding animal is an outstanding variant of the Al Mare line, designed by Ricardo van Steen and André Paoliello and produced in Teak wood.

Dimensions: 190 x 37 x 53 cm

When organizing the files for a book, designer Ricardo van Steen has collected more than 30 furniture design creations throughout his career, whether as an art director, set designer or architect. Encouraged by the realization of the production, he started a process of updating all those ideas to the standards and paradigms of the current time. After 40 years of work with brands and publications design, the artist creates a new work area in his studio, dedicated to furniture design. This work, in collaboration with other artists, resulted in Mobilia TEMPO.

Other prizes
Ricardo van Steen receives two awards at the Casa Vogue Design 2020 Award in Brazil, considered the Rising TALENT of the year by the jury composed by Christian Larsen, titular curator of the Museum of Art and Design of New York-MAD, Christian Ullmann, professor and manager for the creation of new products at the Istituto Europeo de Design, Diane Lima, curator and researcher, Lauro Andrade Filho, creator of the DW! and from the High Design Fair, Ruy Teixeira, architecture, interiors and furniture photographer, Winnie Bastian, journalist, editor and curator of Design, and Thaissa Buescu, content director at Casa Vogue Brasil. In the same year, one of his creations, Poltrona India, won the Casa Vogue Award in the upholstery category.