“Good News from Brazil ” – Sollos presents product collections designed by Brazilian architect and engineer Jader Almeida
The innovative Brazilian company Sollos returned for the second year in a row, launching a capsule interiors collection of international appeal designed by the award winning 33 year old designer, architect, and engineer Jader Almeida
The unique installation created by Jader Almeida for the event at Spazio Solferino 40 ( in the beating heart of the Brera Design District ) showcased around 50 pieces of furniture, lights and furnishing accessories, the fruit of diverse techniques and material that attest the excellence of Sollos products.
The space is a gallery of approximately 400 m 2, with Jader Almeida project, continuing and reaffirming the presence in global time.
Sollos blends cutting-edge techniques with traditional craftsmanship while adopting eco-friendly practices to safeguard the environment, the perfect complement for Jader Almeida’s recherché design that combines a timeless aesthetic with technological know-how.
This concept is explained by journalist Adélia Borges in the new book – ” Jader Almeida, The Timelessness of Design ” – Editora C4 supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Brazilian government that will be on display
The concept of the exhibition is the individuality of products.
The collection in a great platform causes the visitor understands every detail of each piece.
Last year in Milan, Jader Almeida was one of the main revelations of recent years in Brazil.
In his own space in Milan, the world had the opportunity to participate in this quiet and well structured presentation.
Considered one of the most innovative furniture industries in Brazil, Sollos is a young and dynamic brand that invests in creative processes of production.
Its products translate lasting values with quality and timeless aesthetics, generating new identifications and experiences of use.
Managed by the entrepreneurs Cláudio Frank and João Frank, with a tradition of more than twenty years in wood manufacturing, Sollos has two production units in Santa Catarina, at Brazilian South.
All the manufacturing process is intimately associated with the design of products, the last-generation equipment allied to craft techniques warrant a sophisticated and precise result.
Developed under the creative direction of the designer Jader Almeida, the collection offers now around 80 items, distributed all over the country and overseas.
Attentive to the preservation of the natural resources, Sollos promotes the rational use of raw materials, besides investing in the treatment of 100% of production residues.
All the wood used comes from sustainable management areas and the components have a low impact on the environment.