In 1926 Piet Mondrian - a hypothetical room, suitable for future homes. In 25 years later, the Pace Gallery in New York acquired the plans and had the room fabricated in Formica plates, with colors matched from Mondrian’s original paint tubes.
Mondrian sofa in removable fabric Olimpia 11 polvere, cushions Persia 1404 carbone and Olimpia 11 polvere with cross insert Persia 1404 carbone, integrated table and wooden backrest with shelves in black elm.
Rubens de Mendonça House in São Paulo, Chile, was built in 1958 by João Vilanova Artigas. Artigas is considered to be one of the most important Brazilian modernist architects, and one of the most significant figures in São Paulo’s architectural history.