A pair of chairs designed by Bo Bardi out of peroba rosa wood in 1951, currently part of Noho Modern’s collection. “She is the single most important architect and designer behind Oscar Niemeyer,” says Thomas Hayes, co-owner of Noho Modern, a gallery specializing in modern and contemporary Brazilian design. “Her work hasn’t even begun to be appreciated at the level it deserves.”  Photo 11 of 14 in Lina Bo Bardi

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A pair of chairs designed by Bo Bardi out of peroba rosa wood in 1951, currently part of Noho Modern’s collection. "She is the single most important architect and designer behind Oscar Niemeyer," says Thomas Hayes, co-owner of Noho Modern, a gallery specializing in modern and contemporary Brazilian design. "Her work hasn’t even begun to be appreciated at the level it deserves."

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