When designing, what superpower would you like to have?
Bruno: Lengthen the hours of the day.
Ana: Stop the time to realize all the ideas that haunt me in the head.
Which of your designs would you choose to survive a zombie attack?
Bruno: If I had to spend some long season locked up, I would not dislike doing it comfortably in any of the homes we have designed.
Ana: I hope there is not a zombie attack. I want to continue working a long time on this. I love design!
If you could go to dinner with a designer, who would you go with?
Bruno: I could choose many from the Bauhaus.
Ana: I’d love it if it was with Ilse Crawford.
Would you prefer to travel to the future or to the past?
Bruno: To the future, but in my next life. The future that I am going to live I prefer it comes by surprise, discover it and live it.
Ana: I think to the past.
In what influential period of design would you like to be born?
Bruno: I stay where I was born, we can all contribute something so that this time is influential in the same way that the past.
Ana: I think in the current era. We are lucky to have great designers of all kinds of products and materials that encourage us to be more creative and create good interior design projects.
How would you describe yourself in 3 adjectives?
Bruno: Sociable, creative and practical.
Ana: Constant, honest and observant.
If you wrote a book, what name would you put it?
Bruno: You should not read this.
Ana: Never stop learning.
If you could learn to do something new, what would you choose?
Ana: Draw well.
What is the last book you have read?
Bruno: Advertising techniques of psychological influence.
Ana: The woman in the red notebook by Antoine Laurain.
What could we find in your garbage basket?
Ana: Many fruit and vegetable peels.
What is the best memory of your childhood?
Bruno: Those summers in which I did not know on what day of the month and week I lived.
Ana: My great-aunt’s rice in her house and with all my cousins.
What is the rarest object in your room?
Bruno: I just moved, the strange thing is that at the moment there are none.
Ana: A resin panel from the bencore company with alveolar structure that they gave me at the Architect @ work fair.
What is your favorite conversation topic?
Bruno: None in particular, many in general with my family and friends.
Ana: About things that have aroused so much curiosity to the person who tells me that in describing them, I feel the need to discover it to me too, be it a book, a podcast, a place to discover, a restaurant, or a cream that It smells really good
If you could stay your whole life with the same age, what would it be?
Bruno: None, I love to continue living a new one.
Ana: For now I would choose the current one.
What do you value most in the design of a furniture wheel?
Bruno: His fluency and aesthetics.
Ana: That has the right proportions that make it aesthetically beautiful and functional. The durability.
What if you had to design an interior with furniture with wheels what would it be?
Bruno: Anything related to medicine with the aim of humanizing it.
Ana: An office, a shop … well really any project with a different and attractive business idea.
Suave is an interior design studio focused on aesthetics and functionality, focused on developing soulful projects within the residential and commercial sphere.
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