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High Design Expo launches a series of interviews about the production / creation process of designers that are part of the history of the fair: Brazilian Designers, by High Design Expo. Throughout 2017, until August, we will interview the people behind the works and tell a little more about their stories and techniques.
The first interview will be with Bruno Faucz, designer from Santa Catarina - Brazil, who participated in HIGH DESIGN EXPO's first edition together with Móveis Vogue. Check it!
Production process of designer Bruno Faucz
Graduated in Furniture Design by UnC (Universidade do Contestado) and postgraduate in International Design by Sustentare Escola de Negócios, Bruno Faucz from Santa Catarina, has made beautiful furniture creation in Brazil and has already put his name in the hall of Brazilian designers Indispensable of the present time. We talked to him, directly from New York, where he is on vacation, to learn a little about the production process of his pieces.
"My creative process is more rational, I do not usually create stories for the concept of a play. I am very observant, I like to see what is around me, how people move, how environments behave with those who use them; In this I try to see space for interesting solutions. I also try to be very critical aesthetically: I draw and redo the work as often as necessary to make the final result pleasant to look at. Basically, it is a semiotic analysis. As I sign parts for different factories, I try to use the manufacturing processes of each company. Each industry has different methods and this is what I seek to explore in order to differentiate what I design for each one, leaving, in addition to my signature, the identity of the company is also maintained. About the process, before production, absolutely everything starts in a dash on a blank sheet. After that, I go to the computer to have a rendered part, which is faithful to what will be produced. It is worth remembering that I already do all possible feasibility analyzes here, to deliver production and design in the most "chewed" way possible. So, I effectively step into the production process, preparation, machining and finishing, whether in wood or metal. The next step is to contemplate the final product in the store ".
Photo of the piece and Bruno: Ddisclosure
Legend of the piece: Cavalera Armchair (2016) to the store @tissot_moveis