Flavia Del Pra studied ceramics and textile design in England.
From 2005 to 2008 she shared a studio with other artisan designers in London. In a chocolate factory made of green wood, she developed a line of handmade ceramic lamps with exclusive textile shades for Anthropologie and Le Bon Marché.
It wasn’t long before Flavia grew out of her handicraft workshop and started using other manufacturers to handcraft different items for use in her production process.
She was a member of the Carlinga Arts design team in London.
Back in Brazil in 2009, Flavia set up her own studio and started making tiles for which there is always great demand for homes and institutions in Brazil and abroad.
In 2014 she designed a range of new pedestal trays for serving food or displaying objectives.
Manufactured in copper coated aluminium and topped ceramic, her designs are a mix and match of infinite, playful effects. The collection was an immediate success and is available from prestigious stores around the world.
Flavia has designed nine exclusive styles for GAN, the first part of a collection to which new objects will be added in the future.