Trained as an architect, Brazil-based Romulo Temigue is a multidisciplinary designer whose work spans lighting, furniture, graphic design, and photography. Romulo is drawn to the fantastic, always seeking to turn ideas born of his imagination into tangible shapes. Inspired by seminal figures such as Ettore Sottsass and Philippe Starck, Romulo’s work prioritizes unusual forms and colors to create otherworldly but functional objects that are useful, long-lasting, and never-before-seen.
São Paulo, Brazil
Playfulness is the main goal. With lights, I can play with luminosity. I love that about lights.
I wish for more boldness and crazy Designs. A more dynamic design thinking in general. We already have the "basic", let the crazy come in.
Probably working in music. Since Design is the "visual feeling" of the arts, I guess music is the "sound feeling" of the arts. I love to use music when I'm designing. It makes my head burst into creativity.