More than half a century of commitment and sophistication allows Schuster to support the Schuster Standard. This pattern originates in 1950, when the Schuster family incorporated the Brazilian design to its production line in the joinery.

Prioritizing design, combining world trends, but without losing the essence of Brazilian furniture, this was the thought that led the factory to national expansion and traditional furniture markets, such as Italy.

Add to this growth, shopkeepers, designers, sales representatives and carpenters. Each one delivers a unique reading to the furniture and further perfects the Schuster Standard.

For this reason, the challenge is, with each new product, to combine innovation, the use of technology, contemporaneousness and tendencies to the standard and the characteristic of Brazilian furniture.