Written by Micael Carvalho

James Reginato (the author of this book) is an internationally recognized Brazilian artist and photographer. He has participated in numerous biennial art organizations in Venice, New York, and São Paulo, and his art is shown in museums and collections worldwide and also coordinates social projects using art as the coefficient of transformation.

Architect and designer Sig Bergamin’s and his bold Brazilian style comes across clearly in his vivid, eclectic work. He describes himself as “maximalist,” Bergamin travels constantly and loves collecting treasures from around the world. Blending eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French and Italian furnishings seamlessly with modern pieces from North and South America, his designs are exquisite mélanges of chic.

At his home in São Paulo, Bergamin meticulously rotates which pillows, slipcovers, and lampshades are on display depending on the season. He dedicates just as much attention to each of the client homes he works on, bringing wide-ranging pieces into a cohesive, distinctive whole.

You can feel he’s vibe by looking for some pages on this book, full of inspiration to expand our creativity.

all credits images: Assouline

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