Pendureiro: the first of our happy objects

Pendureiro: the first of our happy objects

Happy Objects is a collection of authorial pieces designed by Ingrid Stemmer. During more than 30 years as project director at Stemmer Rodrigues, Ingrid has converted into a decorative most diverse situations: the peculiar requirement of a client, the use of a space or even constructive materials that were left over at the end of the work.

The first of these, named Pendureiro, is a wall rack that gains body from irregular portions of solid wood. It has movement and functionality. It has been present in several office projects for over two decades.

It is now manufactured by San German in natural jequitibá, ebanized and albanizado finishes, with dimensions of 60 x 30 x 40 cm (WxPxH). In partnership with Casa de Alessa, the piece is marketed to the general public in the showroom or store website.

The happiness that Pendureiro offers extends to the next: the full revenue from its sale is converted into a donation to Casa da Ana, a social support entity that cares for children in situations of social vulnerability in Alvorada/RS, offering assistance to over 50 children. This is a partnership of the three companies to contribute with the neighbor and sow the good.

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