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AMAZÔNIA

Design: Luis Pons

A set of spins that work as flower vases and allow the user to place them on dining tables, coffee tables, side tables or consoles as décor accents. The Collection was inspired by the Brazilian Victoria Amazonica water lily and the functionality of the spinning top, found in many cultures as a children’s toy. The interactive set gives the user the chance to do their own design and express themselves, creating a unique and always changing experience.  

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BABYLON

Design: Nino Bauti

A visit to the Louvre set the spark for the creation of the Babylon Collection. Nino Bauti was immediately drawn to the exhibition that featured objects and treasures from ancient Babylon, whose people were the first to develop containers for the conservation and transportation of wine, grains and oil for long-distance trade. His fascination for the simplicity and elegance of those artifacts led him to reinterpret them in a modern and current design.  

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BILBAO

Design: Leo Romano

The Bilbao Collection makes references to the deconstructivist works of architecture, such as those by Frank Gehry. The objects are built from loose fragments, with curved lines, and when placed side by side, or even stacked upon each other, remind us of the skyline of a city.

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BOTANIQUE

Design: Studio Sette7

Inspired by the organic shapes of the famous gardens designed by legendary Brazilian landscaper Burle Marx, the Botanique Collection makes reference to the richness of Brazil’s natural resources. 

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COSMOS

Design: Nino Bauti

The Cosmos, as a synonym of the universe, was the inspiration for this collection. Ever a fan of geometric forms, Nino Bauti also took inspiration from celestial bodies and their orbits to create a water pitcher and a serving set that organizes everything in it in harmonious coexistence.   

ECLIPSE

Design: Nino Bauti

Harmonious, superposed bodies of different natures were the starting point of this collection, which features elegant shapes and clean fluid designs, combining noble materials such as natural wood from certified sources, brass and silver.  

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FEMME

Design: Carol Bassi

We believe that décor moves hand in hand with fashion and lifestyle trends and we had the idea of bringing these universes even closer together, through a special collab. With the authority of a fashion entrepreneur and one of the most important lifestyle influencers in Brazil, Carol Bassi brought the inputs from her world into this collection that is feminine, versatile and above all, desired. 

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FLOAT

Design: Arthur Guimarães

The Float Collection was conceived based on the principle of lightness, and the apparent contradiction of how the different textures and noble materials, such as metal, marble, fish skin and acrylic, though heavy in meaning can still seem to float by design. 

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FIOCCO

Design: Studio Sette7

With reference to a loop that surrounds the whole object, the Fiocco Collection brings together noble materials, such as stone and silver. For the creation of the pieces, Vivian Coser, of Studio Sette7 thought of linking these two material worlds so that they reveal the beauty of subtle curves through Fiocco, which means bow in Italian.  

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LEGACY

Design: Nino Bauti

In his first collaboration with St. James, Nino Bauti set out to create a versatile collection that would recruit subtle geometric shapes, ever present in his work, to pay tribute to the 4-decade long history of the company. The result was an elegant monogram featuring the cross in the St. James logo imprinted on the metal, with limitless applications in décor and tabletop lines. 

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LEO ROMANO

The pieces created by Leo Romano for St. James show the versatility of this talented designer, combining geometric shapes with classic features and a hint of fun. 

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LILLY

Design: Luis Pons

The Portuguese tradition of cobblestone paving, ever so present in Brazilian colonial heritage has been the focus of various translations by artists, designers and architects. In the Lilly Collection, Luis Pons shares his own view of this traditional concept, allowing the creation of different fittings, increasing or decreasing the number of pots and the unique ways of pairing them together to set up the décor.    

LOOPS

Design: Brunno Jahara

A new collection of objects uses “loop” handles made of silver-plated brass, that play with the idea of connection and structure. The use of precious metals brings quality and tradition to new and authentic pieces. The simple, pure and clean lines of the objects work to enhance the basic geometric forms such as the circle, making it appear in handles to use for several functions; a bowl, a tray, a lamp, a candle holder, an ice bucket that doubles as a vase, a water jug and of course an iconic fruit tray.  

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OLYMPIA

Design: Nino Bauti

Based on ancient Greek culture, the Olympia collection makes reference to the offering pillars and worship utensils of Mount Olympus. The collection consists of candlesticks, vases and bowls in the shapes of rings and discs, that give and idea of space and movement, very true to Nino’s minimalist and geometric style. 

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PELE (SKIN)

Design: Estudiobola

The Pele (Skin) Collection was conceived from asymmetrical designs and unusual color combinations. The starting point for this collection was the union between the artisanal technique and the versatility of St. James’ processes with the authorial design of estudiobola. After intensive research, the company developed the new finishes with chromatic nuances, Plum and Olive, which were applied to the pieces of unusual proportions, designed by estudiobola. With organic designs and chromatic surfaces in different degrees of reflexivity, the collection is made up of versatile pieces, in various sizes. 

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PLISSÉ

Design: Studio Sette7

The inspiration for the Plissé Collection came from the ancient, three-dimensional woodwork carved into the gates of Tokyo’s Shinto temples, here, reinterpreted as the walls of the beautiful decorative vases and centerpieces. 

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REVERSA TRAY

Design: Murilo Weitz

The Reversa Tray explores geometric forms and the designer’s own identity in the fact that anything can be looked at and interpreted from different angles. Set up the tray right side up, or upside down and see that beauty also lies on the reverse. 

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RING

Design: Leo Romano

The Ring collection is the result of a simple gesture: one single diagonal cut in a monobloc, creating the interesting optic effect of a ring, that is viewed through different perspectives in different planes, as if in movement.

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RUY OHTAKE

The unique creations of famous architect Ruy Ohtake for St. James are functional pieces of sculptural body and soul. The designs are clearly inspired by his architectural works, in which curves, straight lines and empty spaces are explored with geniuos. The pieces by this great master of Brazilian architecture are robust, yet artistic and full of personality. 

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SPYKE

Design: Studio Sette7

The Spyke collection has its main inspiration in the details of the fashion world, more precisely in the impact that these details have on the whole. A border with designs reminiscent of the studs used in haute couture shoes and jackets is applied to pieces with simple and clean shapes, in a combination that goes beyond elegant. 

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STACKS

Design: Brunno Jahara

Renowned “carioca” designer Brunno Jahara drew his inspiration for the Stacks Collection from his immersive research into St. James’s old factory tools from decades past. Seen by a different and fresh perspective, the modern and clean geometric forms, can be stacked up creating new and interesting configurations. 

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