Heritage Brazil is the new brazilian design gallery that is rocking the Hampton’s interior design set. An ode to the Brazilian craftsmanship culture, this unique design gallery will make you fell like you are walking in a living art museum. Are you ready to be inspired?
Located in a former ice warehouse since last spring, the unique Brazilian design gallery is a project that belongs to Tathiana Teixeira and Lilian Vianna-Benarroch, two design lovers who are passionate about their countries craftsmanship culture. “There is a face and a hand behind each of our products, and this is what has become important to people”, enhanced Lilian.
Captivated by the contemporary designs and ancestral traditions of their native country, Tathiana and Lilian decided to open Heritage Brazil to show to the local people a piece of their home and design inspiration. Since its spring opening, the airy space has been attracting locals, nomadic urbanites, and members of the interior design community since its spring opening, so we can definitely say that this unique Brazilian design gallery has been making waves in the fabulous Hamptons.
Both of the founders of this popular Brazilian design gallery have different professional backgrounds but with one thing in common. Tathiana Teixeira, who has resided in the Hamptons for nearly 15 years, has her own tea business Plain-T, while Lilian Vianna-Benarroch is a fashion industry veteran with has a house in the area. So it was only natural that the beautiful Heritage Brazil showroom would be created in the hidden luxury paradise.
The popular Brazilian design gallery illuminates sustainable practices and embraces design as a tool for social change. Since one of their main mission is to embrace and highlight the ancient craftsmanship techniques, while appealing to the sustainable side of design, the Heritage Brazil crew established a partnership with the Zagaia Foundation to raise awareness of the environmental and economic issues of the Amazon region.
As you enter this unique Brazilian design gallery you immediately see that we are talking about a small but mindfully curated assemblage of Brazilian-made goods reflects this same ethos. A true inspiration source for those design lovers who worship the fabulous ancient craftsmanship techniques.
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