Image  |   Pedro Paulo Venzon
The Tímida Chair is a retreading of Brazilian furniture from the 1950s, a time when the use of functional, urban pieces made largely of steel was commonplace.

With a form (given its stunted arms) that adds to its transportability and function, the chair is designed by Pedro Paulo Venzon, a designer who focuses on the creation of pieces that develop from conversations about contemporary and modem design in Brazil.  Venzon has snapped up numerous awards for the Tímida Chair including Honourable Mention at the Salão Design Award 2015, coming in as a finalist at the Museu da Casa Brasilia 2014 and winning the Brasilidade Industrial in 2014.

Images  |   Pedro Paulo Venzon