Maximalism by Sig Bergamin

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Architect and designer Sig Bergamin’s bold Brazilian style comes across clearly in his vivid, eclectic work. A self-described “maximalist,” Bergamin travels constantly and loves collecting treasures from around the world. Blending eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French and Italian furnishings seamlessly with modern pieces from North and South America, his designs are exquisite mélanges of chic. At his home in São Paulo, Bergamin meticulously rotates which pillows, slipcovers, and lampshades are on display depending on the season. He dedicates just as much attention to each of the client homes he works on, bringing wide-ranging pieces into a cohesive, distinctive whole.

  • Maximalism by Sig Bergamin

    • 304 pages
    • 230 illustrations
    • English language
    • James Reginato is the author of Great Houses, Modern Aristocrats and a writer-at-large for Vanity Fair. Previously, he was the features director for W magazine. He lives in New York.
    • Vik Muniz is an internationally recognized Brazilian artist and photographer. He has participated in numerous biennial art organizations in Venice, New York, and São Paulo, and his art is shown in museums and collections worldwide. He also coordinates social projects using art as a coefficient of transformation. One of these, Pictures of Garbage (2008), was the subject of the 2010 documentary Waste Land by Lucy Walker, which was nominated for an Oscar. As a result, Muniz was nominated as UNESCO’s Goodwill Ambassador in 2011. He lives and works between Rio de Janeiro and New York.
    • Armand Limnander is the executive editor of W magazine. Prior to that, he was features director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine, the editor of VMan magazine, and a senior writer at Vogue and Style.com. Limnander grew up in Bogotá, Colombia, and moved to the United States to attend the University of California at Berkeley. His books Brazilian Style and Private: Giancarlo Giammetti were published by Assouline in 2011 and 2013, respectively.