The Brand

Bateye  has in its genesis a creative, Marco Sousa, who following his graduation and after years of dedication to architecture and passion for cities, felt the need to create furniture that caught in the elements of convergence between art and architecture, transcribing for furniture the forms, movements, gestures and colours that he kept with his eyes.


Cities tell stories: we heard them and seize them; we interpret them and recreate that distinct and personal vision. The city conveys life in every corner, in every street that goes unnoticed, even in places where people least expect it.


Provoke, stimulate and seduce

these are the attributes present in each Bat eye ® ’s piece. The ability to create, to take risks and to assume challenges moves us. Result of our genuine passion for the cities. We challenge the conventional, we take risks and create. In each piece, we awake The emotions of who contemplates it. We want people to keep parts of the cities in their homes. We seek to create collective memories, represented in the form of furniture.


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Marco Sousa

Bateye has in its genesis a creative, Marco Sousa, who following his graduation and after years of dedication to architecture and passion for cities, felt the need to create furniture that caught in the elements of convergence between art and architecture, transcribing for furniture the forms, movements, gestures and colours that he kept with  his eyes.

Cities tell stories: we heard them and seize them; we interpret them and recreate that distinct and personal vision. The city conveys life in every corner, in every street that goes unnoticed, even in places where people least expect it.

 I want to create pieces of the world for the entire world.”

“As an architect, I felt the need to create furniture that caught in the elements of convergence between the art and the city. The shapes, movements, gestures and chromatics that I retain are transcribed into furniture as a tribute to the places. No one chooses the city where they born, but sometimes the city chooses us. It happened to me with Porto. My features became the streets features, the city’s light owns my colours and maybe I’ll draw to discover its mysteries. I have a lot to draw.


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