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Superchi Studio

Nothing is created from nothing. Caio Superchi is an artist and craftsman born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, who discovered woodworking at the age of 22 as well as the purpose of his work: Designing forms that exalt function using light, repurposed wood and other materials. An interpretation on the meaning of transformation. Growing up, he was influenced by his father to think about the function of objects and to see beyond that, to see what other things they could become. When he started as an apprentice in a woodworking shop, he found wood to be the perfect material to bring his ideas to life. After starting the Superchi Studio as a means to unite what he learned with what he imagined, the pieces created by the studio have been shown in several exhibitions in Latin America and Europe, the continent that welcomed him when he decided to transform and rethink himself in another city: Lisbon, Portugal. That is where he is currently based and produces all the pieces. In this new stage of his life, Caio worked and perfected traditional woodworking techniques while making and restoring classic furniture. This has now allowed him to concentrate on lamp making and explore new concepts and ideas. Nothing is created from nothing. Transformation is the central idea and goal behind the Studio pieces. The rethinking and repurposing of form and function allows us to see this process, while maintaining the object's and materials original story.

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