MADE – Mercado, Arte, Design
First and largest Brazilian collectable design fair, MADE (Mercado.Arte.Design) took place for its fourth consecutive year in Sao Paulo, from August 8th to 14th at Jockey Club Sao Paulo. At this online exhibition you are invited to explore the pieces and designers behind them. 9 months after the event you can buy every piece directly from the designers, and have them shipped internationally. Photo: Massimo Failutti
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Photo: Massimo Failutti
Totally dedicated to collectable design, MADE took place from August 8th to 14th at Jockey Club Sao Paulo.
First and largest Brazilian collectable design fair, with master sponsorship of Bradesco Private Bank, MADE (Mercado.Arte.Design) takes place for its fourth consecutive year in Sao Paulo, from August 8th to 14th at Jockey Club Sao Paulo. As the main agitator of content related to the theme, MADE puts together galleries, design brands, exhibitions, installations, both national and international, besides promoting the new generation of designers.
Everyday there will be a huge agenda of design talks with a participation of important names of the area.
Re-affirming its commitment to show and introduce new content every each edition, this year MADE launches a new concept called Paper Made – a space where contemporary artists will show their production exclusively on paper. Besides that, MADE entered into a exclusive agreement with ADORNO DESIGN PLATFORM, a new Danish e-commerce portal dedicated to collectable design, which will present the designers’ works globally. Last but not least, this year MADE created a prize – Innovation Award – and will award the 3 best products in the 3 categories (Coletivo 4m; Coletivo 10m and gallery) of this fourth edition. The winner will receive a trophy designed by Marcelo Rosenbaum (2015 Design of the Year). Besides Marcelo Rosenbaum, the members of the Advisory Board of MADE will be the judges together with Waldick Jatoba and Bruno Simoes, both curators of MADE.
80e8, Alva Design, Ana Neute, Andrea Bandoni, Atelier Gustavo Bittencourt, Bianca Barbato, Bottletop, Caio Lobo, Casa Costillas, Carol Gay, Decarvalho Atelier, Demian Quincke, Eduardo Borém + Rosa Pinc, Estevão Toledo, Estúdio Rika, Gabriel Bueno + Mobu, Get Lost , Gabbo Torres, Humberto da Mata, Inês Schertel , Jorge Elmor e Alberth Diego, Leandro Garcia, Lurca Azulejos, Murilo Weitz, Nicole Tomazi, O Formigueiro, Outra Oficina: Leo Capote + Marcelo Stefanovicz, Papelaria, Paulo Goldstein Studio, Plantar Ideias, Nolii , Pax.Arq, Rahyja Afrange Arquitetura + Design, Ricardo Graham | oEbanista , Roberta Rampazzo Design, Rodrigo Ohtake, Rodrigo Silveira, Suítedesign, Tiago Curioni, Vasconcellos Barreto, Woo Design, Yankatu – Design com Alma, Artemobilia Galeria, Aucap, Claudia Moreira Salles + Dpot, Galeria Nicoli, Re.de.sign por Bruno Simões, Rotas Belas Artes, Vermeil + Empório Vermeil.
The design talks this year will take place at Bradesco Private Bank Domo, from Tuesday through Sunday, except for Friday 12yh. Spaces are limited and there will not be simultaneously translation when the talk is in English.
The full program is on www.mercadodeartedesign.com
This year MADE invited important names of the segment to involve the Brazilian audience with sensorial projects. They are: Superstudio (Italy); Hot Tea – Eric Rieger for Melissa (USA); Attilio Baschera and Gregorio Kramer (Brazil) for Donatelli+F6+Theodora Home. Besides these ones, there will also be: (In)vasao for Persol; Tok Stok; Contain-ir for Baró Galeria, among others.
With the main goal of stimulate the collaborative and collective work as a tool of co-creation for new ideas, this year MADE will pay homage to Droog, a Dutch group created in 1993 having in mind a collective work of creation. Representing Droog, Remy Remakers.
MADE was founded in 2013 as an international collectable design fair. Organized by W/design of Waldick Jatoba during the DW! – the design week festival of SP. Elcio Gozzo joined W/design this year as a partner; Bruno SImoes is the associate curator and this year, the set design was created by Estudio FM, of the young but talented architect Flavio Miranda.