Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1986 and graduated in Industrial Design in 2009 from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. However, even before entering the University, he already knew what profession to pursue, as the influences of his mother architect gave him the certainty and passion to work with Design.
As a student, he started to focus on furniture development, and soon came the confirmation that he was on the right path, his first furniture was awarded in important national competitions.
The eternal search for new knowledge, improvement, and his curiosity led him to work with great icons of the national scene such as Zanini de Zanine, Marcelo Rosenbaum, Rodrigo calixto, besides having studied in Italy, at the Politecnico di Torino and in 2011 worked at Thomas Heyes Gallery in Los Angeles.
Finally in 2013 he moved to Petrópolis, a city in the mountainous region of Rio, where he merged his studio with a traditional joinery creating Atelier Gustavo Bittencourt, where the proposal is to develop, produce and market his projects.
"I believe that we all have a look, a point of view on what we look at, we are all different. And my furniture is exactly my interpretation of shapes, mixtures, how I can express myself, how I transform my references, my points of view. view, what I believe. "
"I really like to develop my furniture with a difference, I like to create a relationship with people, develop an interaction, because I think of timeless furniture, that will last for a lifetime. So these furniture end up becoming not only furniture, but a good immaterial, irreplaceable, which ends up being part of the family, of its history. I believe that when we put our hands together, as artisans, we pass our feelings onto the furniture, which brings soul and makes it unique. "