- Coordination:Alfredo del Bianco
- Building Contractor:RFM / GAFISA
- Interior Designer:João Armentano
- Client:STAN / SDI / BRAMEX
- Site Area:13.000,00 m²
- Building Area:30.674,69 m2 corporativo / 40.008,76 residencial+salas
- Architect In Charge:Luis Felipe Aflalo Herman, Roberto Aflalo Filho, Giancarlo Gasperini, Grazzieli Gomes Rocha, José Luiz Lemos
- Design Team:Alfredo del Bianco(coordenador), Eduardo Mizuka, Reginaldo Okusako, André Navarro, André Vieira, Felipe Farah, Renata Conti , Marcela Valério, Marcelo Nagai e Raquel Rodorigo, Daniela Mungai
- City:São Paulo
Text description provided by the architects. The FL 4300 is a set of mixed use (residential and commercial) condition located in São Paulo, consisting of three towers deployed in format 'U', on a plot of 13,000 m². The volume enterprise is in the building front, slabs ranging from 860m² to 1075m², has a central location with a lower volume, is aimed at small commercial units of 58m ² to 94m ², finally, the last tower, arranged parallel to the corporate is reserved for the residential part, with 1 bedroom apartments from 35m² to 64m², with several services.
The space designed between the three volumes helped create a plaza densely wooded, FL Square, guaranteeing a unique space for living and working. The tree mass of more than 1,280 m², was created to continue the development of the existing plaza in front of the ground, forming a broad differentiated space in the district. In order to create an environment of open court, without rib, this space was designed to integrate a charming restaurant open to the public.
The land assembly is open to three lanes, the most important of the Faria Lima Avenue, prime location / differentiated in Vila Olimpia, São Paulo. In it, we find the corporate tower, FL Corporate, most emblematic building of the set, with a language angled shape, ensuring the square and the whole visibility and access to this important route. This DNA infected / spread throughout the complex, creating a party architectural prismatic volumes and cartesian cut by diagonals.