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Mauro Munhoz Arquitetura

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Football Museum / Mauro Munhoz Arquitetura

01:00 - 30 December, 2014
Football Museum / Mauro Munhoz Arquitetura, The Exaltation Room, a space where the structure of the grandstand is off the slope that supports it, puts the visitor in direct contact with the original architecture and the topography that has influenced the design of the neighborhood and the stadium itself. There, the slopes are apparent and the smell of damp earth completes the sensory experience. © Nelson Kon
The Exaltation Room, a space where the structure of the grandstand is off the slope that supports it, puts the visitor in direct contact with the original architecture and the topography that has influenced the design of the neighborhood and the stadium itself. There, the slopes are apparent and the smell of damp earth completes the sensory experience. © Nelson Kon

The project involved the restoration of the front building Pacaembu Stadium, which opened in 1940. © Nelson Kon Suspended by steel rods, a wooden walkway installed on the monumental gateway connects the two halves of the route and promotes a dialogue with the external space, Charles Miller Square. © Nelson Kon In the entrance hall, is clearly one of the biggest operations of the project: the removal of walls, slabs, beams and columns so that the original structure of the stadium was visible. Thus, the architecture has become an integral part of the museum experience. © Nelson Kon Independent activities allocated on the threshold between the Museum building and the square attract new patrons to the site previously underutilized despite its 30 thousand square meters. © Nelson Kon + 18

  • Architects

  • Location

    Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho, São Paulo - São Paulo, 01234-010, Brasil
  • Project Architect

    Mauro Munhoz
  • Co-authors

    Daniel Pollara e Paula Bartorelli
  • Project Team

    Laércio Monteiro, Guilherme Zoldan, Paula Thyse, Vivian Santinon, Mariane Bona, Renata Swinerd, Lais Delbianco, Luiz Henrique Ferreira, Eloise Amado, Suzana Barboza, Sarah Mota Prado, Carolina Maihara, Pedro Simonsen e Luis Felipe Bernardini
  • Project Area

    6900.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs