The brothers Fernando (1963-2022) and Humberto (1953-) Campana, united since 1983 in the Estudio Campana, are among the most sparkling names in contemporary Brazilian design on the international scene. Originally from São Paulo, they have achieved great fame with their evocative creations made from materials found in the favelas of their city, such as wooden planks, fabric scraps and bamboo canes. Their aesthetic, reminiscent of that of Arte Povera, places great emphasis on the creative assembly of the elements, which give life to surprising furniture with a strong conceptual impact. Precisely for this reason they found one of the most experimental and courageous Italian design companies as their partner of choice: the Tuscan Edra, which has edited many of their most famous creations. They have also worked with brands such as BD Barcelona Design, Venini, Alessi, Bisazza, Ghidini 1961, Louis Vuitton and Oluce, as well as exhibiting at relevant galleries such as the London Carpenters Workshop. A well-matched duo (Fernando is an architect by training, Humberto is a sculptor), the Campanas were awarded as designer of the year during the 2008 Design Miami event and obtained a similar recognition in Paris at Maison & Objet 2012.