Pogorica, Montenegro. 1973
Camper has embraced Marko Brajovic's eclectic style and incorporated it in its stores. This designer draws inspiration from popular Brazilian festivals to design settings where the party spirit and chromatic intensity establish a radical harmony with stern, white spatial simplicity. At Atelier Marko Brajovic, designers have fun combining concepts like minimalism and folklore which, though seemingly contradictory, end up forming spaces of surprising aesthetic coherence.
About Marko Brajovic
Marko specialised in biomimetics and interactive technology at the University Institute of Architecture in Venice, and in Barcelona he graduated from the Pompeu Fabra University Audiovisual Institute with a degree in Digital Arts, completed a master's degree in Genetic Architecture and founded the Toogood Creative Agency with Federica Sandretti. He attended a workshop organised by the Mamori Art Lab in the Brazilian Amazon and explored the use of alternative materials, which led him to design furniture with bamboo veneer for Kovagi and Tiva Design . In 2006 he moved to São Paulo, where he was named director of the IED Department of Interior and Industrial Design and founded the multidisciplinary studio Atelier Marko Brajovic. He is a lecturer, multimedia artist, designer and environmental activist. Brajovic has created a wide variety of installations and set designs, including the Brazil Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai, the Sebrae Design Award, Palacio das Artes, Belo Horizonte, 2012, the Google Creative Sandbox, São Paulo, 2012, the Samsung Tree at the JK Iguatemi shopping centre, São Paulo, 2012-2013, Everstone Skin, MIS São Paulo, 2012, the Coletivo Amor de Madre stand at Design Days Dubai, 2013, and Brazil S/A 2013 at Palazzo Giureconsulti, Milan, 2013.