Architects: CR2 architecture + FGMF Architects
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Project Year: 2011
Authors: Lourenço Gimenes e Clara Reynaldo
Collaborators: Fernando Forte, Rodrigo Marcondes Ferraz, Ana Luíza Galvão, Bruno Araújo, Marcela Aleotti and Marília Caetano (architects), Mirela Caetano, Rafaela Arantes and Wilson
Structural Project: OPPEA engenharia
Landscaping Project: Stúdio Ilex
Photographs: Fran Parente
Architecture + Art merging via photography, by Paul Clemence, are a collection of photographs at the exhibit, “BOOM (Design) Contemporaneo” taking place from August 29th to October 10th in Sao Paulo, Brazil and is free to the public.
Zaha Hadid, Paul Clemence, Milano, Design, Massimiliano Fuksas, Frankfurt, Shopping, New York and Art are all converging in this one place via Paul Clemence’s photography at BOOMSPDESIGN 2011. More information on the exhibit after the break.
Emporio Baglione is a restaurant in a trendy and nice neighborhood. The entrance was designed as a continuation of the promenade as a square of interconnection between public and private sectors.
Architect: Rocco, Vidal+arquitetos
Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Project Team: Giovana Oliva , Alexandre Salles
Structure Engineer: Pedro Paulo Maciel Engenharia
Electrical Engineer: Grau Engenharia
Lighting: Foco Luz e Desenho
Photographs: Courtesy of Rocco, Vidal+arquitetos
The proposed project for this residence, located in a gated community in the city of Mogi das Cruzes, was designed for an architect, his wife and kid. It was proposed that the construction should be done in stages, according to the family growth. Sustainability of its use was also considered in the project. The sloping terrain has a forest of native trees at the lower part of the plot, making the first block more suitable for occupation to be done on two levels, therefore preserving as many species of trees as possible. And at a later stage, an expansion of another block in the lower part of the plot, dedicated to children.
Architect: Frederico Zanelato | Arquitetos
Location: Mogi das Cruzes, São Paulo, Brazil
Project Team: Frederico Zanelato, Arthur Pugliese, Fernanda Kano, Regina Sesoko and Milena Mendes
Collaborators: Regina Santos and Flávio Coutinho
Structural: Wagner de Oliveira Garcia
Construction: Architects Frederick Zanelato
Frames: Jair Bolanho
Interns: Guilherme Bravin and Nayara Mendes
Project Year: 2011
Project Area: 180 sqm
Photographs: Peter Abude
American Institute of Architects New York Chapter organizes international exchange of award-winning designers between New York and São Paulo
Last year, the New Practices Committee of the AIA New York Chapter recognized seven promising and pioneering new architecture and design firms working in New York – the New Practices New York 2010 winners.
This year, AIANY and the Center for Architecture are thrilled to send an exhibition of these firms to São Paulo, and welcome in return an exhibition of São Paulo’s winning new practices. New York’s 2010 winners will be on view at the São Paulo International Architecture Biennial in Oscar Niemeyer’s OCA Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park from November 1 – December 4, 2011 and the young Brazilian firms will be featured in an exhibition opening July 14 at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, in New York City.
The exhibition will remain on view at the Center for Architecture until September 10, 2011. More information after the break.
The giant, Brazil, has awakened from its design leader nap and is once again a player in the creative world, be it design, art or architecture. BoomSPdesign, a series of conferences taking place yearly in Sao Paulo, has quickly established itself as a catalyst for connecting this exciting Brazilian moment to the global experience, bringing together designers and artists from all over the world to showcase and discuss their work and passion.
The event will take place in Sao Paulo from August 29th to September 2nd, 2011 at the Centro Universitario Belas Artes de Sao Paulo. More competition information after the break.
What turns a residential space into a home? Its decoration? Its objects? The people sharing that space? All the memories stored in it? Estudio Guto Requena asks the participants to answer this question until July 17th by twitter @umacasaumlar and help them to construct their interactive wallpaper at Hyundai Mostra Black Exhibition in Sao Paulo. The interactive ambient “What turns a house into a home?” seeks to instigate the visitors to thinking about the significances and subjectivities associated with our houses.