Scarf designed from watercolour print, inspired by art deco, which evokes details of the interior gate of Serralves Villa. Edgar Brandt created the wrought iron gate that separates the communal area from the private rooms. Originally conceived as a private residence, the project for Serralves Villa and its surrounding Park was commissioned by the second Count of Vizela, Carlos Alberto Cabral (1895−1968), in the grounds of the family's summer farm on the outskirts of the city of Porto . Designed and built between 1925 and 1944, the Villa is considered to be the most notable example of an art deco building in Portugal, and was classified as a Building of Public Interest in 1996. In 2012, the entire built and natural heritage of the Serralves Foundation was classified as a National Monument.
Limited edition of 30 copies