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Sao Paulo, BR
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About RAIN

RAIN is composed of Ricardo Innecco and MarianaRamos, respectively an architect and a product designer. They were both born in Brasília and established in São Paulo (Brazil), where they started to work in collaboration. RAIN was founded in 2014 with the purpose of developing design with artistic freedom. Their work includes serial produced pieces, limited editions and commissioned artistic projects. Their interest is linked to the production of provocative pieces with great communication capacity.

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Featured Pieces

Arco Armchair, by RAIN, Contemporary Armchair, Upholstery on Wood Structure
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Arco is an upholstered armchair of simple and enveloping geometry. The shape of the piece reproduces the arch of the body, creating a welcoming anatomical shell. The armchair is cove...
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2010s Brazilian International Style Armchairs

Materials

Upholstery

Horizon Bench by RAIN, Contemporary Bench in Wood, Limited Edition
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
This contemporary bench shows that perspective is a visual illusion that gives the notion of depth to an image. The Horizon bench has its shape drawn from this concept, having a widt...
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2010s Brazilian International Style Benches

Materials

Wood

Alta Lamp, by Rain, Contemporary Floor Lamp, Solid Ebonized Wood
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Alta is a floor lamp whose upward light creates a diffused illumination that hangs over the piece. The design seeks inspiration in the characteristic monumentality of the Brazilian M...
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2010s Brazilian International Style Floor Lamps

Materials

Wood

Bubble Small, by Rain, Contemporary Sculpture, Coloured Resin
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Bubbles result from the continuation of an experimentation with plaster and resin, started in the development of Drops collection. The attempt to control the shape of the plaster ...
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2010s Brazilian International Style Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Contemporary Swimming Pool Table by RAIN, Small Side Table
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
The contemporary swimming pool table which also functions as a small contemporary styled side table. The inspiration for this collection comes from dreamlike images of leisure and g...
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2010s Brazilian International Style Side Tables

Materials

Metal

Bubble Large, by Rain, Contemporary Sculpture, Colored Resin
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Bubbles result from the continuation of an experimentation with plaster and resin, started in the development of Drops collection. The attempt to control the shape of the plaster ...
Category

2010s Brazilian International Style Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Alta Lamp, by Rain, Contemporary Floor Lamp, Solid Discolored Wood
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Alta is a floor lamp whose upward light creates a diffused illumination that hangs over the piece. The design seeks inspiration in the characteristic monumentality of the Brazilian M...
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2010s Brazilian International Style Floor Lamps

Materials

Wood

Swimming Pool Table, Medium, by RAIN, Contemporary Side Table, Metal and Glass
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
The contemporary swimming pool table. The inspiration for this collection comes from dreamlike images of leisure and good times that swimming pools are able to evoke. The collection ...
Category

2010s Brazilian International Style Side Tables

Materials

Metal

Contemporary Split Center Table by RAIN in Stainless Steel and White Marble
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Split tables are the result of a subtle intervention in simple geometric forms. A circle and a square are cut, creating tables composed of two independent parts that visually maintai...
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2010s Brazilian International Style Center Tables

Materials

Marble, Stainless Steel

Bubble Medium, by Rain, Contemporary Sculpture, Coloured Resin
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Bubbles result from the continuation of an experimentation with plaster and resin, started in the development of Drops collection. The attempt to control the shape of the plaster ...
Category

2010s Brazilian International Style Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Porto Center Table, by RAIN, Contemporary Center Table, Laminated Oakwood
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Porto low tables are composed of a circular top that seems to rest on a sturdy oblong base. Lightness and weight overlap creating a harmonic and unconventional monoblock. The unagre...
Category

2010s Brazilian International Style Center Tables

Materials

Wood, Wood

Split Side Table, by Rain, Contemporary Side Table, Stainless Steel and Marble
By RAIN
Located in Sao Paulo, SP
Split tables are the result of a subtle intervention in simple geometric forms. A circle and a square are cut, creating tables composed of two independent parts that visually maintai...
Category

2010s Brazilian International Style Side Tables

Materials

Steel

More About RAIN

BABEL 2014 Installation created for the Design Weekend São Paulo 2014, exhibition with the ‘Multifunctionality’ theme. Based on the idea that the utility of a table is directly related to its size, BABEL explored the replication of a matrix in different scales, in search of the unitary and collective interpretation of the pieces.

BROKEN TABLE 2013 The installation originated from the desire to build a table with exaggerated dimensions, to constitute a mark for the castle’s landscape. The table was made split in half, assuming a sculptural character and setting a paradoxical image that is open to speculations about its history. The work was built in wood by the two designers.

CASCADE 2015 Installation ‘Cascade’ alludes the waterfalls of Brazil, using a traditional element of the Brazilian craftwork: beaded curtains. The curtain constitutes a negotiable barrier which is made to be permeated, like water. The work was executed in partnership with ‘Cooperaldeia’, a cooperative dedicated to the social development of artisan women. It is a metaphor of two great sources of Brazilian energy: nature and artistry.

CHAINS 2015 The collection represents a particular look into a rough object, which is often strictly associated to its functional purpose. The supersized links take the chain to a place of contemplation. The chains are a limited series of handcrafted objects made with stainless steel.