In 2015, the project of Camila and its designer Miguel Palmeiro secured the second place of the “Desfrutar o Tejo” contest. This contest, which emerged from a partnership between the University of Aveiro and MUDE (museum of design and fashion), was promoted within the scope of “Art on Chairs”, as part of the urban requalification project of Cais do Sodré and surrounding areas.
The challenge was based on the design of a piece that promoted a new relation with the river, as well as new habits of meeting people. Behind this piece was the intention “to enunciate the origin of the wood (tree), and primitive uses of the trunks of trees (trees) and stumps (supports)” being represented in the piece by the simplicity of the forms and their combinations.
After the attribution of the second place, the piece was on display at the dock of Sodré in Lisbon, together with the 1st and 3rd place of the contest.
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One of the pieces under the auspices of SÖMLÖS is the “Art on Chairs” project, which is in production again. In 2015, this project secured the second place in the contest “Desfrutar o Tejo” (link to page). A piece that invokes the primordial uses of wood and seeks to achieve a balance between the functional and the creativity of its design.
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