Photo: Educativo MCB
Drawers are items of domestic organization with adaptability to the most varied furniture. It’s not a piece of furniture in itself, but it’s a fundamental part of many; some obvious like the chest of drawers and others less so like the refrigerator.
The history of furniture informs that drawers emerged with the development of the design of chests, chests and urns, which gave way to furniture with more versatile functionality, such as wardrobes and chests of drawers.
Since its earliest predecessor, it has been designed to keep things of great or little esteem that are easily lost: clothes, folders, fruits, knives, documents, photos, family letters, jewelry, jewelry, love notes, children’s drawings , bills paid and payable, obsolete technological devices and everything else that fits.
What do your drawers keep? Come join this online drawing workshop and let us know.
Sign up through the website. Children and adults are welcome.
What object is that? – Drawer | Online drawing workshop
July 3th, Saturday
Opening hours: from 10am to 12pm
Registration by clicking here
Free activity for the whole family
The Museu da Casa Brasileira, an institution of the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo, is dedicated to the preservation and diffusion of the material culture of the Brazilian house, being the only museum in the country specialized in architecture and design. The MCB’s program includes temporary and long-term exhibitions, with an agenda that also includes educational service activities, debates, lectures and publications contextualizing the museum’s vocation for the formation of critical thinking on topics such as architecture, urbanism, housing, economics creativity, urban mobility and sustainability. Among its numerous initiatives, the Design MCB Award stands out, the main segment award in the country held since 1986; and the Casas do Brasil project, to rescue and preserve memory about the rich diversity of living in the country.
Museu da Casa Brasileira_ Av. Faria Lima, 2705
Phone: (11) 3032-3727
Tue. to sun. from 10am to 6pm