As a boy at primary school, British photographer Marcus Lyon chose to give a presentation to his classmates about Brazil. A decade later he travelled there as a young artist to document the country’s people, places and culture.
Yonamine, or Yona to friends, was born in Luanda, Angola in 1975. An artist with a hands-on approach to many media including painting, collage and sculpture.
British tailor Edward Neale realised that too many were focused on trying to import style when Brazil had such an extensive story of its own beyond the clichés.
Writer, set designer and director for theatre and television, Alberto Renault is the creator of Casa Brasileira, the TV series that visits and analyses Brazil’s most beautiful homes.
Wewood is a Portuguese furniture brand that was created by Móveis Carlos Alfredo – a traditional company specializing in manufacturing since 1964.
Ever since he was a boy in Argentina, Tato Giovannoni was immersed in his family’s restaurant business until 2013 when he opened his own bar which quickly landed itself on the international Best Restaurants list.
Used across industries as varied as wine, aeronautics and interiors, cork is a versatile product that is shipped to all corners of the globe.
In the format of an independent commercial and cultural Flagship, in the heart of Lisbon – the Portuguese-speaking capital of the world – this concept store is aimed at an international audience, it is called Casa Pau-Brasil.