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 Fernando Campana Obituary, Death РWe were saddened to hear of the passing of Fernando Campana, a revered figure in Brazilian design, and our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones and friends at this difficult time. On November 16th, he passed away in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, at the age of 61 years old. In 1984, Fernando Campana and his brother Humberto Campana laid the groundwork for what would become Estadio Campana. This undertaking would go on to become the foundation of both of their professional lives in the long run. They are pioneers of disruptive design, and over the past three decades, they have become well-known for designing furniture that is primarily made of unusual materials, such as armchairs upholstered in teddy bears, and for having sustainability as one of their mottos.

Additionally, they are known for designing furniture that is primarily made of unusual materials, such as armchairs upholstered in teddy bears. In addition to this, they have made a name for themselves as pioneers in the field of unconventional design. In addition to this, they are well-known for the development of furniture that is notable for the unconventional qualities it possesses. They eventually moved beyond the boundaries of industrial design and into the territory of contemporary art as a result of their brilliance, which eventually spread to other fields such as architecture, landscape design, interior design, scenography, and fashion design. Additionally, they eventually moved into the territory of contemporary art.

After some time, they transcended the confines of industrial design and entered the realm of contemporary art. They were honored with the Order of Cultural Merit in Brasilia, the Order of Arts and Letters by the French Ministry of Culture, and Maison & Objet de Paris named them Designers of the Year in 2012. They received recognition during the Beijing Design Week. The year 2012 was a banner year for us, as each of these prestigious awards came our way. They were ranked among the top 100 most influential people in Brazil by Forbes magazine, which compiles this list on an annual basis and publishes it in the same year it is compiled.