Bar-station by Muniz Zylberberg for Celina decoracoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late 60's

Celina Zylberberg was founding partner of Tapecaria Boa Vista, the most famous textile manufacture of Rio de Janeiro during decades. In the early 60’s, her son, Muniz Zylberberg, looking for the increasing market of modern furniture, transforms the textile factory into a wood furniture shop specialized in rosewood, and changes the name to Celina Moveis e Decoracoes. Focused on controlling the costs and multiplying stores, the Celina production, cheaper than Tenreiro Moveis e Sergio Rodrigues but with comparable high quality finishings and woodwork, remains for twenty years one of the favorite furniture shops of the carioca high middle class.

Bar-station by Muniz Zylberberg for Celina decoracoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late 60's
Bar-station by Muniz Zylberberg for Celina decoracoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late 60's
Bar-station by Muniz Zylberberg for Celina decoracoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late 60's
Bar-station by Muniz Zylberberg for Celina decoracoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late 60's
Bar-station by Muniz Zylberberg for Celina decoracoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late 60's
Bar-station by Muniz Zylberberg for Celina decoracoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, late 60's