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Formal setting of the Nauê was designed from the body movement known as "monkey", from this movement It was considered to use only three points of support for the chair referring to the format that the capoeirista's body performs, in each of the ends of the parts has increased that symbolizes the hands and feet of individuals.
Nauê consists of wooden rods into its structure, made from eucalyptus wood then varnish is applied to the finish. The backrest and the seat are made of the same material, however the finish is applied to laminated flooring, produced from PET bottle.
Universidade Federal de Campina Grande
Campina Grande, Brazil