Palace Furniture

Daciano da Costa designed the interior architecture and furniture of the Hotel Madeira Palácio in 1970.

The Atelier started a pioneering work of reeditions by the designer Daciano da Costa with the aim of reintroducing the pieces and objects in new environments, rewriting the history of Portuguese design. 

The handmade production follows a rigorous methodology that is faithful to the originals.


Palace Furniture

The interior design of Hotel Madeira Hilton/Madeira Palácio (1970), took its character from a series of regional formal motifs. The traditional wicker toboggans, typical of the island, are remembered in the sled base support and in the recurring curved structures, which in some cases also result from the reinterpretation of the geometry of vats and barrels, associated with the production of Madeira wine. The colors and patterns chosen for woven and straw-filled surfaces, with a strong artisanal component, are other examples of this regionalist attitude.

Later on, for the design of the CCB project (1990), Daciano da Costa reintroduces furniture from previous works, such as the Palace Chair.

Fabricado em Portugal.

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Palace Chair

Work: Hotel Madeira Palácio (1970-1971)
Re editions:Centro Cultural de Belém (CCB) (1990-1992), Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (1999-2004)
Re edition: Atelier Daciano da Costa

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