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June 08, 2023

The Brazilian Pavilion at ICFF 2023 welcomed visitors with gleaming woods, intricately woven ropes, and outdoor furnishings that beg you to throw open the doors and live your life outside—as luxuriously as possible. See the brands that joined ICFF at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City this May.

The Vico chair from Doimo


Doimo deciphers trends by following the evolution of people and how they use their spaces and translates them through their furniture. Simplicity, creativity, and technology allow them to create pieces that adapt to all lifestyles.


GebbWork was founded on five basic pillars: quality, innovation, value, flexibility, and agility. Their office furnishings offer style and sustainability, on display at ICFF 2023 in the form of their Vitago collection.

“This innovative line brings with it a series of novelties, such as the inclusion of items with natural wood veneers, tables with feet, easels, and electricity,” the brand shares, “The result is an elegant and striking solution, perfectly suited to a variety of corporate projects.”

Image courtesy of J.Marcon


J.Marcon manufactures and delivers furniture that provides comfort, functionality, and beauty to improve people’s quality of life, with their focus set on design, quality, and ergonomics.

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Modalle develops luxury furniture, signed and handmade, that provides comfort, togetherness, and good experiences.

Mundo Móveis at ICFF 2023, credit Jenna Bascom

Mundo Móveis

Mundo Móveis’s mission is to offer comfort that is within everyone’s reach, focusing on the production of furniture that provides design, innovation, and comfort at low and affordable prices.

The Round Kitchen by Ornare


Ornare is a leading international luxury design company with a long tradition of craftsmanship offering tailor-made furniture.

Founded by engineers Murillo Schattan and Esther Schattan with high technology and quality as the basic precepts of the company, the brand offers varied solutions in kitchens, walk-in closets, home theaters, living rooms, home offices, and bathrooms, always with the style and individuality of each client in mind.

Regis Padilha

Regis Padilha’s collection of furniture is designed and manufactured in his Brazilian studio and can be found in design galleries across Brazil and abroad.

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Ronega at ICFF 2023, credit Jenna Bascom

Ronega | Continuità

Ronega started as a Brazilian family company in 1984 from the dream of a young entrepreneur. Today the furniture company has grown with the mission of improving the past, building the present, and architecting the future.

Tables from Rudnick at ICFF 2023, credit Jenna Bascom

Rudnick at ICFF 2023, credit Jenna Bascom


Rudnick has been offering furniture to the trade for over 80 years. Though their love for work and commitment to the customer, they produce furniture that brings style to everyday life.

Sergio Matos at ICFF 2023, credit Jenna Bascom

Sérgio Matos

Sérgio Matos develops furniture and decoration products. Since the studio’s opening in 2010, Sérgio Matos has won national and international awards for his collaborations to strengthen the image of Brazilian design.

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Lightweight, stackable wood side chairs from Sier


Sier’s mission is to create original products for the demanding high-end furniture customer that will last a lifetime, a goal that inspires them to continuously innovate.

Sollos at ICFF 2023, credit Jenna Bascom


Sollos’s pieces emerge from concise design, precise execution, meticulous finishes, and a responsible use of materials. Their hybrid production methods range from the use of machines to celebrating the virtues of handcrafting, resulting in elegant pieces of function and beauty.

  • Tidelli at ICFF 2023, credit Jenna Bascom

Detail of the Vimare collection from Tidelli

credit Jenna Bascom


Brazilian handmade rope furniture for the outdoors is 100% customizable, from people for people.

The Suma dining table from Uultis


Uultis deigns furniture made to inspire, made in Brazil, and offered through Herval Group.