Dimitrih Correa Brazilian

Respecting people and environment. Working with heart and soul.

Designer and craftsman Dimitrih Correa works designing and handcrafting special objects, impressing ideas and emotions on each of them to create meaningful furniture and objects.

Very concerned about environmental issues, the designer works mainly with Brazilian hardwoods that he works in an unconventional way. Recycling these woods, reusing them and making them reborn in an almost poetic way. There is no destruction, no tree is cut, and what would become rubbish turns useful.

The starting point of the designer's creative process is based on searching and collecting old hardwood beams, flooring structures, and other wood-based construction materials that were largely used in the past. Some of these constructions are in ruins, completely damaged by weather and time.

This rediscovery continues when this raw material arrives at his workshop, where a transformation starts. Soot, nails, and screws, within several uncountable wreckages, must be taken off before a new project takes place.

After the sorting and cleanness, the material is in ways to be radically transformed. What was once pale, sometimes carbonized, but always forgotten, becomes vibrant, full of life, and unveils a unique and deep beauty. Rise again in its greatness to share history, emotions, and feelings.