The Superquadra collection takes its name from the pilot town planning design by Lúcio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer, conceived in 1956 for a residential neighbourhood of Brasilia. The square volumes of the famous buildings suspended on agile pilotis are reinterpreted by Marcio Kogan into sideboards, benches, coffee tables, console table and tables.
The storage units in the Superquadra family of different sizes are intended for a variety of uses, yet they all share the same minimal design, the same style - somewhere between classic rationalism and a contemporary vibe - with an airy, suspended appearance. The sideboard is available in several sizes and heights in dining, living and tall cabinet versions. All these elements host the same materials and proportions inspired by the elegant rationalism, characterising the mood of the Brasilia range.