Born in Curitiba, Brazil, Mauricio moved to Toronto to pursue a degree at the Ontario College of Art and Design. During school, he competed in several international competitions, won awards and had his thesis project featured in Azure's magazine DESIGNLINES Toronto. After his studies he went on to collaborate with Canadian design collective Motherbrand, exhibit at Beaver Tales: Canadian Art and Design exhibition at The University of Toronto Art Centre and participate in many international design workshops led by internationally acclaimed designers such as the Campana Brothers, Héctor Serrano, Raw-Edges and Patricia Urquiola. Dabbling in fashion, Mauricio worked under Canadian design veteran, Joeffer Caoc, before moving to his current role as Product Designer at Umbra. Mauricio currently holds the position of Creative Lead at Umbra.
|Product Type: Holdback/Tieback; Rings||Material: Metal|
Questions & Answers
Umbra Halo Curtain Ring
tie back rings
james from minneapolis, MN– Verified Buyer
work just as promised.
Kathryn from Englewood, CO– Verified Buyer
These were just what I needed to pull my curtains back in a simple and stylish way. They are not very big and just barely fit my curtains, but my curtains are wider than most.
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The U+ Studio Collection, which offers a range of sophisticated aesthetics from raw to sleek, can be found exclusively at contemporary design retail specialists.
Umbra began in 1979, when boyhood friends, Paul Rowan and Les Mandelbaum joined forces to create exciting, everyday products that alter the overall aesthetic of a home, beginning with a printed window shade unlike anything then in the market ("umbra" means shade in latin).
Twenty-five years later, Umbra's award-winning design team - 22 men and women from all over the world and notable outside product designers, all under Paul Rowan's direction - remains the heart and soul of the company. Its offices worldwide now house more than 450 people.