Architect Isay Weinfeld is responsible for the elegantly minimalistic designs of boutiques, restaurants, hotels and homes throughout São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, including the luxurious Hotel Fasano. His furniture is characterized by clean, angular lines and echoes the forms of 1950s Brazilian design. Born in São Paulo, he graduated from the School of Architecture at Mackenzie University. He was a professor of Theory of Architecture at the same school and of Kinetic Expression at the School of Communications of the Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado. The recipient of multiple awards over a career spanning nearly 40 years, Isay Weinfeld has been featured in publications in Brazil and abroad, including in three separate volumes dedicated to his work. The collaboration with Geiger International is his first with a North American company.