KABURÉ - Klie -

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Monday to Friday: 9-20
Saturday to Sunday: closed

by Studio MUUH

Finishes: Ebanized | Albanized | Natural
Dimensões : A | 86 x L | 85 x  P | 86 cm
Madeira : Tauari
Ref.: KB-1

Note: Illustrative images

PROCESS

Find out more details about our products and see what's behind
each process and material that make up our products.

KABURÉ

We value using certified and quality wood. In addition to the aesthetic beauty of licensed native raw materials, density is an important factor in choosing the wood species we select. This physical characteristic makes it possible to increase the quality of the finishes, improve the precision of the cuts and guarantee excellent durability of the furniture. We know that having a quality raw material available is not enough to have a good finished product, that's why we seek to work only with woodworkers who have dedicated their lives to working with wood. Excellent professionals who have know-how capable of substantially transcending technical limitations and making possible the development of each of the products developed in wood.

The seat and back of the armchair receive a combination of special foams capable of making your sitting experience
more pleasant. In addition to the use of Italian elastic belts and combinations of foam hardness depending on the use, we value and invest in the tactile feel of our pieces.
To make the product comfortable before sitting, we use special types of foam for the finish. Hiper Soft is the foam used to give a pleasant touch to the back (image), in addition to preserving the aesthetic lines and proportion of the product indefinitely. In the seat, we use Ultracel, as the last layer of foam to provide more durability, comfort, and stability when sitting.

KABURÉ

INSPIRATION

All of our products have a creative universe behind each
piece. Here you can see a little of what inspires our designers to
design our furniture.

KABURÉ

Workers, Tarsila do Amaral, 1933.

“Mestiço!
E tenho no peito uma alma grande
uma alma feita de adição como 1 e 1 são 2.”
Canção do Mestiço, Francisco José Tenreiro.

The word Kaburé originates from the Tupi dialect and represents the individual originating from the union between two different peoples. The choice of the name for the armchair is justified due to the compositions associated with the selected materials, as well as its application, resulting in a piece that is characterized by the multiplicity of shapes and finishes.

The flexible and tactile fabric is positioned to fill voids or give space to the sides in solid wood, generating a symbiotic relationship, not only between the physical characteristics of the materials but also under the formal aspects of the chair. When immersed within the universe of details, the Kaburé concept is applied systematically, being able to unify opposing elements, in a single form, contributing to the continuity of the lines and structuring the overall personality of the ensemble. Therefore, we sought to establish two perceptual levels, in the first we have as a result of the generalist look, a vigorous profile, but in a second moment, when observed in a particular way, it delineates its differences and contrasts, exposing the essence of its personality.

O aspecto material da peça justifica seu nome, porém transborda em significado e dá luz a um conceito que traça um paralelo entre produto e pessoas. Somos filhos da dança pluricultural que marca seus passos através das gerações, semeando no solo nacional o encanto dos seus descendentes. O reconhecimento de um povo marcado pela diversidade, assim como é o Brasil, constitui um importante elo entre os aspectos formais da peça, que também são plurais, sendo capazes, portanto, de delinear um panorama geral cativante e personalidade marcante, tanto de um produto quanto das pessoas que o produz.