Sergio and Jack Fahrer are designers that complement each other! They create, diverge, contest, research new materials, most of which are unusual and sometimes never used in the creation of furniture. The pieces created by the duo definitely make a difference in the daily lives of those who choose them for a residential or corporate project.
The look and ears of the experience with the different careers are materialized in the pieces created by the Fahrer brothers. In constant innovation, the brothers Sergio and Jack Fahrer translate, in each item, the repertoire they have conquered during the years of direct work with furniture design, but also their passions for various cultural activities, including fashion and music.
Sergio and Jack Fahrer have ideas that complement each other, that create, diverge, contest, and realize. They love to study and research new materials, most of which are unusual or never used in the creation of furniture. The pieces born from all this passion definitely make a difference in the day-to-day life of those who choose them for a residential or corporate project.
Twenty years of history in Brazilian authorial design, with a showroom in Vila Madalena, in São Paulo, 47 points of sale in Brazil and four abroad - Paris, London, Milan and Orlando. The Fahrer brothers have accumulated dozens of national and international awards. And as one of the most striking features of the work, the patented curved wood brings personality to the products. All of this combined with sustainable raw materials that are unprecedented in the market.
The duo's contribution to the history of Brazilian and international design is recorded in books such as Retro & Vintage Design by Braun Publishing, “Design Brasil - 101 Years of History” (Brazil, 2010), “20 Brazilian Designers: The Most Influential Today ”(Brazil, 2011),“ IF Award ”(Germany, 2007 and 2009) and Decor Year Book (Brazil, 2007, 2009 and 2010).
In 2008, 2007 and 2006, the pieces were awarded: Toá chair, Aero seat and Cariaí armchair as “Top One” by the London magazine “IdFX”. The Cariaí armchair was compared to the architectural lines of the Masp and its free span, designed by Lina Bo Bardi.
In 2008, The Toá chair was awarded “Top One” by the London magazine “IdFX” for ergonomics and design. The special furniture of Hotel Unique, in São Paulo, was created by the duo. The lobby has Victoria benches between the designer's armchairs, selected by architects Ruy Ohtake. The furniture of the SESC's comedies are also created by the duo, who are not only present at SESC Pompéia, which preserves the entire design of Lina Bo Bardi.