Jose Zanine's range of production encompasses many of the trends that shaped Brazilian design over the latter half of the 20th century. From sculptural production pieces in sinuously hand cut plywood to beautifully raw seating and tables hand carved from massive hardwoods to stunning homes designed and built in his unique vernacular without any formal degree in architecture, Zanine created his reputation as the Renaissance man of Brazilian modernism.

Largely self-taught, the peripatetic Zanine was also known for his ardent commitment to conservation and his almost otherworldly love for natural landscape of his native country.

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