The design concept was inspired by lofts and aimed to give identity to the brand. The result was a contemporary and modern space. With generous dimensions, the store could be divided into two main sectors with various environments in each: the front with double height ceiling is where are the main products, releases, etc; and the lower ceiling sector is where other products and functional area, such as the cashier, fitting rooms, coffee space, etc.
Higienopolis neighborhood, in São Paulo, is marked by its 50/60’s intense edification’s, generously sized apartments, a remarkable architecture and a significant green area.
Therefore, the project intends to reinforce the prominence of the neighborhood, not denying, but opening up to this built landscape and simultaneously allowing the neighborhood to penetrate the intern spaces.
Article source: Rodrigo de Biagi – Spagnuolo Arquitetura
The main concept for the house was the placement of the building on the terrain forming a “L”, creating a patio that integrates both social and intimate areas granting good sun orientation for its inner and outer spaces.
On the interior sliding walls creates flexibility and spacial integration, the natural light and ventilation comes through the big glass panels and roof openings. Six meter high pivot glass doors invites the user to contemplation of the swimming pool and garden.
The P house is a puzzle game. Rotating three volumes around one nucleus generated not only a particular spatial dynamic, but also different visual relations between empty and full, between the private and semiprivate areas and the view of the city.
The byword of tropical shopping and leisure, Breeze Walk recreates a cityscape of low-rise buildings, landscaped walkways and courtyards that will take customers through its 64,000 sqm of retail, office spaces, restaurants, bars and cafes. An axial set of waterways, artificial lakes and pools brings the project together into a central courtyard for all-day and night entertainment.
The entire project was built under 150m2 of re-used cardboard structures and paper packaging. After the exhibition, the space was 100% recycled. This is a conceptual aesthetic clinic that contains 7 rooms for body and facial aesthetic services, plus a reception lounge and a corridor.
The housing project and urban plan Heliópolis Gleba H, in Heliópolis, one of the biggest favela in Brazil with over than 130.000 people in São Paulo, the biggest city of Latin America, is the second of Brazilian architectural firm Vigliecca & Associados at this community. The first one, called Heliópolis Gleba A (2012), became a reference to the dwellers, who asked for similar houses when a new housing development was announced. They considered the apartments’ wide service area as one of the projects highlights that contributes to quality of life.
When she saw the 2,500 m² lot at the top of the Morumbi hills, in São Paulo, the architect Monica Drucker knew that she had found the ideal spot for her client’s residence. The area harmonized the view to the urban skyline with the tranquility of a tree-lined street, in addition to excellent privacy conditions assured by the 1.5 m unevenness relative to the street. In the project, it is possible to identify elements of the Paulista modernism repertoire, such as the horizontal windows, the overhangs, the rigid lines in angles and whiteness. The construction preserved the existing trees and bamboos defining the entrance, enhancing the volume, the 3.60 m overhangs and the transparent frames.