Born in Paris in 1987, Jonas Fernando Pires quickly showed a particular attraction for architecture. He produced his first works at the age of 20 years and created a collection of furniture.
Material predilections of the artist are steel and concrete. His work is clean, inspired by minimalism. Architects Tadao Ando and Mies van der Rohe are his references but Jonas Fernando Pires creative language is, creative freedom, the rule quality, enrolling in a traditional sense.
His latest creations are centered around the idea of mood lighting, with amazing works where he revisits spaces with shadow and light.
Recently he has presented at 2013 Maison Objet, L'Eclaireur, Vip Room Paris, Cannes, and Salone di Mobile 2013, Milan.
His first exhibition in the United States will be with the French Design Connection hosted by the Chambers Hotel in NYC during ICFF and at Pavilion in Chicago in June.
His gallery in Paris is on rue de Verneuil.