Camron PR is delighted to announce that we now represent Brazilian architecture practice Anastassiadis Arquitetos
headed up by Patricia Anastassiadis. Architect, interior decorator and product designer Anastassiadis founded her eponymous office in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1993. The rich international scene of São Paulo, combined with a team of over 35 experienced architects from all over the world, provides a unique cultural melting pot which is the trademark of Anastassiadis’ work process. Specialising in both interior design and architecture, Anastassiadis is best known for her ability to create timeless projects and sophisticated interiors which are essentially unique in their style, elegance, and subtle combination of identity and purpose. The expertise and attention to details, combined with an interest in art, history and anthropology, are only some of the features that make Anastassiadis stand out. A coherent design narrative shines through the accurate design, sense of place, as well as the use of sophisticated materials and handmade elements. Thanks to the constant search for new materials and innovative textures, Anastassiadis Arquitetos have been celebrated in Brazil and worldwide for the past two decades. Over the years, the practice have developed a range of projects in various locations all over the globe, from Brasil to the Caribbean, the United States and Europe, including Greece, Spain and Portugal. Anastassiadis has been responsible for both the architectural and interior design of internationally-renowned brands such as Four Seasons, Oetker Collection, Fairmont, Ritz Carlton, Hilton, Grand Hyatt, Sisley, Jean Georges Vongerichten, Brookfield, and Tishman Speyer, among others. As well as interiors, Anastassiadis Arquitetos have developed a number of bespoke design products, including the entire new furniture collection of the high-end Brazilian manufacturer Artefacto, which will be launched at Mostra Artefacto in March 2019. Anastassiadis is currently working on a number of projects in stunning locations, including 57 Ocean, an interior design project for a condominium in Miami Beach, Florida, and the interiors of a boutique by Oetker Collection in the breath-taking Carribean island of Jumby Bay.