The tension between reason and nature punctuates the works of Ricardo van Steen, Andre Paoliello, Artur Lescher and Rafael Espíndola, from MobíliaTempo: from bronze to marble, from cumaru to sucupira, from Indian straw to steel. MobíliaTempo's participation in SP-Arte 2022 brings several releases: De Paoliello, a set of Dina stools and the Sorte table, in graphite-patterned bronze, in partnership with van Steen. Artur Lescher shows off his Aero lamp and Van Steen launches the pair of Les Bambas steel tables, with Italian marble tops. Another novelty is Madame B, sister of the Madame armchair, which continues the partnership with the furniture industry America. From the Al Mare line, van Steen exhibits Gata, a made-to-measure single easel table, and the recently awarded Banco Raposo, winner of the Benches category at the Sit Furniture Design Awards in Switzerland. Rounding out the set, on the walls of the stand, are works by prestigious artists Larry Bell (one of the main exponents of the Pop movement in England, courtesy of ArtEEdições gallery) and Caio Reisewitz, who presents a large-scale site-specific installation (courtesy of Galeria Luciana Brito ).