India Architecture Update

India Architecture Update

Sara Lança was born in 1984. She studied in Libera Università di Bolzano and in Kingston University London where she was also a MA Assistant Teacher. In 2002, Sara started working as a communication designer in a British company, where she also started developing her work as freelancer product designer. Pursuing her taste for product design, she returned to Portugal in 2003 where she graduated in Industrial Design at ESAD Leiria.
Sara Lança started her career as a designer at Menina Design Group in 2011, to which belong brands like Boca do Lobo and DelightFULL. She was noticed for her hard work and dedication and was adored with the responsibility of Brand and Design Manager for BRABBU and handling UK market. She says, “BRABBU’s design pieces have the contribution of all the members of the team, therefore when mentioning the designer of certain piece we mention as BRABBU Design Studio.”


MOAI Wall Light was born from the challenge of reinterpreting the famous MOAI statues of Easter Island into a contemporary lighting piece. Created by the Rapa Nui people, these statues are a symbol of authority and power which stand tall and proud on one of the most remote islands in the world. A marble wall light that isn’t for the ones with lack of strength. As a reinterpretation of the statues, MOAI Wall Light also stands proud in any home décor.
Materials: Carrara marble.

KOI carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes, not only in water gardens but also in Irezumi practice or, most commonly, in tattoos. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt just like the set of KOI tables with table tops in glass or marble that one can choose to better fit in one’s ambience. The KOI scales from the sides of the tables shine and reflect – on its brass surface – the sun caught throughout the clear water. KOI and the Japanese word for love or affection are homophones, making the carp also a symbol of love and friendship.
Materials: Brushed brass, green and black marble.

A brass lamp that recalls the Giant Crystal Caves in Mexico, NAICCA Suspension Light represents the legend of crystal origins – created to represent the dancing soul motion. The brass structure and the quartz crystal of NAICCA Suspension Light merge together in this contemporary lighting to brighten your spirit with a dancing touch.
Materials: Vintage brass
Diffuser: Quartz crystal

Guatemala was the stage of one of the most important discoveries in the twentieth century – the Naj Tunich, a cave rich in culture, heritage, history and values. All this richness is brought to urban tribes by NAJ Armchair, a strong design piece full of attitude with straight lines that will fit in every interior whether in a living room, a dress room or even a bedroom. Be conquered by this self-assured piece fully upholstered in cotton velvet with nickel nails.
Materials: Fabric: Velvet
Legs: Oak with walnut stain and aged brass details

Nature in its rawest form flows through this charismatic furniture piece as lava flows during a volcano eruption. Moulded by casted brass and bronze glass, CAY embodies nature’s ultimate scream. Allow yourself to hear the ultimate call, feeling its strength and reflecting it into your urban lifestyle.
Materials: Table top in bronze Glass Base in brushed brass

A line that divides time and space. A hazy aerial vision that seeds the doubt between what is the present and what is the past. What is destruction and what is existence. But the line prevails, reminding us how easy it is to establish a frontier, even without a clear vision. That is the feeling that FRONTIER Digital Art reflects. Unclear visions establish limited frontiers only by looking down.
Materials: Structure: Photography, Black Frame
Technique: Digital art work

The Makalu Mountain located in Nepal is one of the highest mountains in the world and has a fierce and imposing figure, being one of the most difficult ones to climb. Its strong essence was captured and is brought to your interiors by MAKALU Digital Art work. A new piece in the Art Collection that fuses the feminine body shape with nature’s elements. Whether for an art lover collection or to enhance a space’s atmosphere, MAKALU is entrusted with the important task of balancing the interior décor.
Materials: Structure: Photography, Black Frame
Technique: Digital art work.

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