Cotton skeins dyed with the fruits of the orchard, fabrics made with the back and forth of the manual loom, yo-yos executed one by one and a base turned in solid ipe. So are the Ipê luminaires.

Inspired by the art of Zana Maria, from Muzambinho, Minas Gerais, who with dedication and resilience keeps alive parts of the region’s handicraft traditions.

Compositions of yo-yos with different sizes and overlays are mounted on the dome structure entirely covered with cotton threads, giving rise to unique and meaningful pieces that generate delicate effects of light and shadow.