MILAN DESIGN WEEK 2017 and our installation this year will be inside a traditional fruit shop in Brera where our new fruit trays and objects will be displayed in use at Garibaldi 18, presso Frutteto Garibaldi.

Also during the Salone del Mobile we will be part of BE BRASIL exhibition in via Festa del Perdono, 7.  The Gargalos project is a collaboration between Brunno Jahara and glass artist Patricia Bagniewski together.



Unikat exhibition in Graz curated by Alice Stori Liechtenstein, featured several designers together with a theme on uniqueness and their importance as objects of research. Multiplastica pieces shown.

Wallpaper* Handmade annual exhibition of great architects and designers across the globe that developed new projects specially for the event in Milan Design Week. Tuju collection was a success.

At Pallazzo Litta, MADE Mercado Arte Design had a selection of unique pieces by brazilian designers with furniture and crafts from the country. Curated by Waldick Jatobá and Bruno Simões.

At the Universitá degli Studi, a section made by 70 different designers from Brazil showcasing the best of what is happening on the design scene from Brazil from objects to tiles and furniture aswell.

Conterrâneos Collection of terracotta objects where displayed in Tortona District together with several other designer's projects from Rio de Janeiro city. The event takes place every year in Milan.

Il Crepaccio collaboration with Matteo Cibic during Milan Design Week 2015, an installation called ANIMALI & VEGETALI featured animal like objects in ceramics, glass, plastics and a lot of gold.

AMD 2013 : Abierto Mexicano di Diseño in Mexico DF was a series of events happening all over the city with interventions made by several designers, including our workshop and installation shown.

Multiplastica Domestica with students of the design schools of Mexico DF using local plastics to make new fruit stands that were unique in every composition shown under the Torre Latinoamericana.

Handmade show for Wallpaper Magazine featured an amazing list of designers and manufacturers that joined together in Milan, we created Julia, a folding chair in collaboration with Woolmark.

Poeira Design Store in São Paulo features the 2012 collections that were displayed as art pieces , unique plates done at Vista Alegre in Portugal and also Multiplastica Domestica series were on show.

The Multiplastica Domestica installation at MAM Modern Art Museum from Rio de Janeiro was placed in a water garden by Burle Marx. Unique products were for sale at Novo Desenho Design Store.

Amarello Magazine featured a selection of brazilian young artists and designers at an exhibition together with the launch of the n.10 issue, in São Paulo. Our Vista Alegre plates were on display there.

As part of the cellebration of Brasil/ Portugal year, MUDE, the Museum of Design in Lisbon showed Brasilian Design, modern and contemporary collection of works from Niemeyer to Zanini di Zanini.

The show is one of the most complete and recent outlooks on brazilian design, featuring several decades of diverse works on furniture design and objects, including our Batucada Collection from 2010.

Our Batucada task lamp was selected for the Brazilian Biennial of Design that opened in Belo Horizonte. Curated by Maria Helena Estrada, the show featured a big part of brazilian design production.

SP Design Weekend 2012: preview launch of Multiplastica Domestica series at Choix Concept Store. The unique pieces are an ongoing series of objects that bring conscious ways of recycling post consumer plastics in a colorfull and fun result, new uses in the shape of multi-level fruit trays and table or hanging lamps. The show stays from august 23 untill october 15 in São Paulo.

Beijing Industrial Design Center and Triennale Design Museum have joined up to bring for the first time in Asia "The New Italian Design 2.0.", the great contemporary Italian design exhibition. Jahara Studio's work is represented by the Batucada Collection selected by Andrea Branzi. "The New Italian Design 2.0" is the first International exhibition after Beijing has been named "City of design" by Unesco last May; the exhibition is part of the warm-up events of Milan presence as "Guest City" at next edition of Beijing Design Week from september 28 till october 6.

Without Borders : and exhibiton at the Miami International Airport features a series of works from new designers and projects made in Brazil. Our Multiplastica Domestica fruit bowl chosen by Zoe Melo.

The Heineken Open Design Exploration at Milan Design Week 2012 with a concept club designed by collective team coming from 4 diferent continents and working across 5 disciplines in design.

Brazilian Furniture Design covering modern and contemporary brazilian designers in Berlin at the Stilwerk space, a great overview of the current and past production including a collective of designers.

Celebrating the 90 years of the 1922 Modern Art Week, 22 designers, including names such as Campana Brothers and Zanini di Zanini, made a piece each, shown at Galeria Baró, for Bamboo's 1 year.

. The London Pop-up will run from 2 December 2011 through 31 January 2012 and continues to offer the same type of groundbreaking projects available through the previous incarnation at Saatchi Gallery and the current New York program. Our Batucada series are available in the space, with a selection of pieces such as lamps and vases, together with other works of great designers and artists.

Europalia 2011 had a series of events around the city of Brussels , at the Design Vlaanderen Galerie, the Design Brazil exhibition featured a selection of the brazilian contemporary design production.

Santiago Diseño, in october 2011, with a few pieces selected for the exhibition that payed hommage to brazilian design newest production, such as our lamps and furniture made locally.

Casa Brasil in august 2011 happens every two years in the south of Brasil, where we will show our new project, the X tables for St James, promoting an experimental interaction between industry and designers. Our Batucada task lamps for Vialight were also awarded best lighting industry category at the Design Salon Prize, and honorable mention for the Babilonia Credenza, as surface design.

Black River Fever was an event at the NYC Design Week in Harry Allen's Studio showing a collaboration of two designers and two companies from Brazil, NDT and Vialight, launching new products.


Hanging lamps in blue shades for the interior show in Sao Paulo, Casa Cor, celebrating it's 25th year. Here is the container concept house created by the interior architect Brunette Fracarolli office.

Paralela Móvel had its first edition at the Biennial Pavillion from the Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo, a building by Oscar Niemeyer. Featured above, the Neorustica Collection and Batucada Lamps.

Santralistanbul Museum held the exhibition curated by Andrea Branzi called The New Italian Design 2.0, where this time our Batucada vases made in aluminium were sent to participate in the show.

Miami Design 2010 releasing two new projects, the Batucada lamp for Vialight and Neorustica furniture by NDT Brazil, kindly hosted by the Ornare showroom, right in the middle of the Design District.

Lodz Design Festival featured the Crumpled Zone exhibition in Poland. A green series of Batucada vases were on display at the show together with other pieces by designers like Betjan Pot and others.

Boom SP Design was held at Belas Artes faculty in São Paulo, with an exhibition, followed by the international forum with speakers like Sergio Rodrigues, Harry Allen and Craig Robbins, to name a few.

Valencia Design Week exhibition called Uniendo Puntos featured latin american designers and was co-curated by Touch and Luis Eslava, a selection of colored Batucada vases were on display.

The Brazilian Design Biennial opens in Curitiba, where a selection of Batucada vases in turquoise was shown, the exhibition called Design Innovation and Sustentability was curated by Adelia Borges.

As a second edition of Inter-connected, this time it was in Los Angeles, curated by Zoe Melo from Touch Gallery with selected objects from portuguese and brazilian designers with the green touch.

The current European flag, with the twelve golden stars against a blue background, was designed in 1955. Since then society in Europe has changed dramatically. How do Europeans experience Europe? And how can that identity take shape? Designers from across the world have been invited to consider these questions and to submit their ideas for a new symbol for Europe.

More than 1,400 designs from 63 countries were received. An international jury selected twelve. These new symbols adorned the flagpoles at the Hofvijver from may to june 2010 in Den Haag.

Voxel Show, design and architecture conference held at the MuBe, Museum of Brazilian Sculpture, had made us welcome to talk about the Studio's work, amongst other great designers and architects.

As part of the New York Design Week 2010 in may, the Batucada collection was displayed with Touch, at the exhibition called Inter-connected, featuring brazilian and portuguese sustainable designs.

Quali cose siamo, Triennale Design Museum, Milan, 27 March 2010 - 27 February 2011 / The Shampoo Lamp is part of the third event at the Museo del Design at the Triennale in Milano, which would rather not be a museum, but rather advertise itself as a place full of continual surprises for the visitor. Yet this is no easy task for the curator of this third event curated by Alessandro Mendini.

He wants to escape the traditional teaching of the Museum and the usual themes and focus on welcoming pieces of design but also works of art, anonymous works which act as fragments of the numerous musuems that we create in our own homes, in the places where we live. Thus it has the title Quali cose siamo, because as Mendini explains "we are joined to things", they come from our memories, emotions, from our life. The message is: to look at the world and ourselves in a different way. It might seem easy, we'll have a go. Attempting to look (and to read) at exhibited "things" with a new attentiveness.

Launch of the Batucada collection in São Paulo. The event took place in 2010 and showcased the recycled aluminum vases, lamps and centerpieces that became sucessfully distributed worldwide.

There was also a room with the Squiggles installation in recycled rubber and other products such as jewelry and acessories showed for the first time in Brazil. Thanks for all the friends and collaborators.

As part of São Paulo Fashion Week, the Melissa Gallery had the lauch of their new fragrance. The plastic shoes brand is well know for its collaboration with names such as Viviene Westwood, Zaha Hadid, Campana Brothers and Jean Paul Gaultier celebrated its 30th birthday with the new perfume.Here is the interior intervention for Rosenbaum office on top of an original project by Muti Randolf, the color halftone pattern abstracted the elements of the fragrance starting with hot shades and ending in cool tones of blue. The graphics were on display at the Melissa Gallery,their flagship store in the Oscar Freire fashion street, São Paulo, Brazil. Outside a 3D wallpaper amused visitors.