In 2006, Lovato was born and starts its activities with the manufacture and commercializing of its products, at the time produced in iron and natural reed, resold in the city of Curitiba – PR and in the city of Gaspar – SC. In 2016 – a new Lovato was born, standing out again, participating in national and international fairs. With a wide variety of raw materials, and a perfect composition between aluminum, wood, synthetic wicker, sling fabric, nautical rope, nautical knitting, weather-resistant fabrics, and foams, when added to a renowned design team, a large team of national and international store partners, more than 100 talented employees on our factory floor, represented by a sales and marketing team focused on the brand, it couldn’t be different, reaching the top where the sky is our limit.

Products: Nave Chair, La Vita Side Table
Designer: Guto Biazzetto

Guto Biazzetto

Guto Biazzetto is an architect who graduated in 2002 at the UTP – PR, with a Master’s degree in interior design at the Polytechnic School of Design of the Milan Polytechnic and a specialization in Construction Management at UTFPR and in Furniture Design at the Istituto Marangoni. From their first year of university, he did an apprenticeship and worked at renowned architectural firms in Curitiba. In 2002 he opened Studio + 55, with the architect Carolina Espezim Biazzetto, who graduated in 2002 from the PUC – PR. Also with a Masters in Interior Design at the Polytechnic of Milan, Carolina has had important experiences of training and work in Curitiba. In the years of 2006, 2007, and 2008 during the Masters, they had the opportunity to work with two of Italy’s greatest architects, Mr. Aldo Cibic and Mr. Piero Lissoni.

Some of the important years, we can mention 2005, with the prize at the AD Paraná, in 2009, as curators of Casa Cor Stars Paraná in 2009. In 2010 they won the award for the most original project of the Casa Cor Paraná. In 2011 they were invited to carry out the commemorative project of the 18th Casa Cor Paraná.
In 2013, they opened the branch in Campinas-SP, and in 2016 they opened the Milan studio, the Guto Biazzetto Creative Studio. Still, in 2016 we were invited as the only Brazilian studio to present ourselves at the Palazzo Mora, in the Venice Biennale, as one of the 100 representatives of contemporary architecture in the world.
In 2018, Guto Biazzetto began designing furniture for Lovato Móveis and in 2019 he presented the Diva line at the Salone del Mobile in Milan with the Diva armchair.

Today, the firm is consolidated as an international brand, meeting the needs of its clients in Europe and Latin America.