Brazilian designers Humberto (L) and Fernando Campana pose for pictures at their studio in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on July 4, 2016. / AFP / Miguel Schincariol
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Designers Humberto and Fernando Campana improvise and explore in their quest for strange new creations. But their biggest inspiration is on their doorstep: everyday, discarded objects in their colorful and chaotic homeland, Brazil.Armchairs made from rag dolls, stuffed toy crocodiles or hundreds of yards of woven rope are among the offbeat creations that have made the brothers renowned in the design world.Works such as the "Boa," a sofa that curls like a snake, or "Coral," a chair that looks bumpy like a reef, evoke Brazil's natural beauty.The brothers had no formal training in design. Humberto studied law and Fernando architecture.A chic Italian design firm discovered the brothers and the chair made the Campanas name, Humberto says.
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