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caravela chair family


caravela chair

caravela is an exclusive fully upholstered chair with great comfort. AVAILABLE IN OAK OR WALNUT, IN OUR SELECTED FABRIC OR LEATHER OR IN CLIENTS FABRIC.

DIMENSIONS 
W545 H790 D595 || 0.26M³ || W21,4" H31,1" D23,4"

WEIGHT 9.5KG | 20.9LBS

DESIGNER gonçalo campos

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caravela bar stool

legs IN SOLID OAK. FABRIC CAN BE CUSTOMIZABLE.
second in a line of chairs, eleGant and very comfortable, this bar stool is perfect for restaurants and bars. .

DIMENSIONS 
W460 H990 D560 || 0.26M³ || W18.1" H38.9" D22"

WEIGHT KG | LBS


DESIGNER gonçalo campos

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS
FINISHING OPTIONS
FABRIC OPTIONS FOR THE SEAT
product pdf
3d file
INFO REQUEST


caravela lounge chair

LEGS IN SOLID OAK. FABRIC CAN BE CUSTOMIZABLE acording with your taste.
third IN A LINE OF CHAIRS, ELEGANT AND VERY COMFORTABLE, THIS lounge chair IS PERFECT FOR some lounge areas, to rest or read a book.

DIMENSIONS 
W600 H745 D700 || 0.31M³ || W23.6" H29,3" D27.5"

WEIGHT KG | LBS


DESIGNER GONÇALO CAMPOS

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS
FINISHING OPTIONS
FABRIC OPTIONS FOR THE SEAT
PRODUCT PDF
3D FILE
INFO REQUEST


about

Crafted using the traditional techiques of joinery, caravela comes in a family of dining chair, lounge chair and bar stool, custom designed to furnish homes and hospitality spaces with style and elegance. ispired in the traditional portuguese caravela boat, this chair family is a tribute to some of the greatest and bravest portuguese history.

caravela is a small, highly maneuverable sailing ship developed in the 15th century by the portuguese to explore along the west african coast and into the atlantic ocean. caravela chair shape remind us the caravela sails, robust and elegant. 


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G O N Ç A L O   C A M P O S
DESIGNER

gonçalo campos is a portuguese product designer. graduated in product design in 2008, he soon after joined fabrica, bebetton's communications research centre, in the design studio.
this gave him the chance to work with brands such as secondome, seletti or zanotta. in 2009, he worked in sam baron's studio, after which started developing a serie of objects, continuing to explore possibilities of design through function and material.
campos prides on finding simple solutions, through the sound use of materials and production methods, in a process that starts from within the object towards de outside.
this results in recognizingly "smart" objects, often with a certain humor; reflex of a relaxed way of thinking and curious attitude.