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Praça Municipal 47 Building in Brazil by Arquitetura Nacional

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

Article source: Arquitetura Nacional

Praça Municipal 47 is an example of the ongoing transformation of the project’s surrounding location: mid-rise residential buildings now occupy the place of old houses and small lots. Organic and irregular shaped roads characterize the residential environment, which is also influenced by height limitations imposed by the city airport.

Image Courtesy © Arquitetura Nacional

Image Courtesy © Arquitetura Nacional


Void General Store in Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Tavares Duayer arquitetura

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Article source: Tavares Duayer arquitetura

Designed by architecture office Tavares Duayer, the Void General Store, Slash / Slash Group, is the first convenience store with Lifestyle Carioca.

Sells everything from hamburgers and beer to shoes and toothbrush.

It was designed for a contemporary audience that loves fashion, skate and night.

Image Courtesy © Tavares Duayer arquitetura

Image Courtesy © Tavares Duayer arquitetura

  • Architects: Tavares Duayer arquitetura
  • Project: Void General Store
  • Location: Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Area: 21.54m²
  • Year: 2014
  • Project: Tavares Duayer Arquitetura
  • Id Visual: Quinta-Feira
  • Owner: Grupo Slash/Slash


Castelão Arena, an exemplary stadium in Fortaleza, Brazil by Vigliecca & Associados

Thursday, May 15th, 2014

Article source: Vigliecca & Associados

First one to be ready for the 2014 World Cup, the most economical arena in the last four World Cups and the first one in South America do receive a LEED Certification, Castelão stands out as an architectural monument of international standards, where the new and the old harmoniously coexist.

Image Courtesy ©  Vigliecca & Associados

Image Courtesy © Vigliecca & Associados

  • Architects: Vigliecca & Associados
  • Project: Castelão Arena, an exemplary stadium
  • Location: Fortaleza, Brazil
  • Photography: AZUL SERRA, RICARDO CORREA,Leonardo Finotti
  • Project management:Héctor Vigliecca, Luciene Quel e Ronald Werner
  • Residentarchitect: Fernanda Trotti
  • Team: Neli Shimizu, Carolina Bertoldi, Bianca Riotto, Fabio Pittas, Hernani Paiva, Kelly Bozzato, Luiz Marino, Mayara Christ, Pedro Ichimaru, Rafael Alcantara, Paulo Serra (administration), Luci Maie (administration).
  • Roof structure: Projeto Alpha)
  • Concrete structure: MD Engineering
  • Steel structure: Pengec Engineering and Consulting
  • Special and electrical engineering: Techna Consulting
  • Plumbing engineering: Fase Engineering
  • A/C engineering: Comaru
  • Acoustical engineering: Audium
  • Dynamic analysis consultant: STO
  • Landscape design: Rodolfo Geiser Landscape


Espaço Anhembi in São Paulo, Brazil by Terra e Tuma Arquitetos Associados

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Article source: Terra e Tuma Arquitetos Associados

This building is part of the Sambódromo, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1993, in the city of São Paulo. It’s a new pavilion designed to receive the events of the city and located in the Parque Anhembi.

The building is able to accept up to 3200 people. There area has two main towers that provide the support and create a central void, providing flexibility and diversity in the usage of the space.

Image Courtesy © Pedro Kok

Image Courtesy © Pedro Kok

  • Architects: Terra e Tuma Arquitetos Associados
  • Project: Espaço Anhembi
  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil
  • Photography: Pedro Kok
  • Year of the Project: 2011
  • Construction conclusion: 2012
  • Total FloorArea: 5079 m²
  • Design Team: Danilo Terra, Pedro Tuma, Juliana Assali, Bruna Hashimoto, Giulia Sofia Galante, Zeno Muica
  • Engeneering Company: MINUANO ENGENHARIA, Jasel Neme, Cibele Báez Neme, Roberto Abou Assali
  • Structure: Jasel Neme
  • Construction: JZ Engenharia


HOUSE 7×37 in São Paulo, Brazil by CR2 Arquitetura

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Article source: CR2 Arquitetura

Spending hours in the car for a weekend out of Sao Paulo was not part of the plan for this couple, with a small daughter and a second baby to come. That´s how they had the unusual idea of building a second house in the city of São Paulo, as a leisure house, less than a kilometer from their actual apartment.

Image Courtesy © CR2 Arquitetura

Image Courtesy © CR2 Arquitetura

  • Architects: CR2 Arquitetura
  • Project: HOUSE 7×37
  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Weekend House in Downtown São Paulo, Brazil by spbr arquitetos

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Article source: spbr arquitetos

São Paulo is a metropolis of 20 million people. It is approximately one hour from the coast. Because of severe traffic jams, its inhabitants spend hours commuting every day. On weekends, especially in the summer, hundreds of thousands drive to the beach causing jams on the roads as well.

Image Courtesy © Nelson Kon

Image Courtesy © Nelson Kon

  • Architects: spbr arquitetos
  • Project: Weekend House in Downtown São Paulo
  • Location: Downtown São Paulo, Brazil
  • Photography: Nelson Kon
  • Design year: 2010 – 2011
  • Construction: 2011 – 2013
  • Principal in charge: Angelo Bucci
  • Project Team: Nilton Suenaga, Tatiana Ozzetti, Ciro Miguel, Eric Ennser, João Paulo Meirelles de Faria, Juliana Braga, Fernanda Cavallaro, Victor Próspero
  • Structural engineer: Ibsen Puleo Uvo
  • Landscape architect: Raul Pereira
  • General Contractor: José Antonio Queijo Felix
  • Constructor: Theobaldo Bremenkamp, Reinaldo Francisco Ramos [Renner]
  • Site area: 269,50 m2
  • Total floor: area 183,40 m2


MONET APARTMENTS in Belo Horizonte, Brazil by João Diniz Architecture Ltda

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014

Article source: João Diniz Architecture Ltda 


The Monet apartments building is located on a plot in a ‘ L’ shape in the hilly district of Cruzeiro in the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and is a building of 13 floors with 18 apartments of approximately 80.00 m2 each, divided on levels of different configurations generating variations in the apartments shapes showing different terraces, double heights spaces or multi oriented balconies.

Image Courtesy © MarcilioGazzinelli, Isabel Diniz

  • Architects: João Diniz Architecture Ltda
  • Location: Belo Horizonte, Brazil
  • Photography: MarcilioGazzinelli, Isabel Diniz
  • Architects collaborators: José Baccarini, Pedro Guadalupe, Lucas Campos, Isabel Diniz e Maurice Laje
  • Interns architecture students: Igor Hermont and Deborah Borges
  • Construction: TrenaEngenharia Ltda
  • Engineers: Gabriel Lustosa and Bruno Boissou
  • Structural Design: Sebastião Mendes
  • Plot area: 958.00 m2
  • Built Area: 4798.00 m2

RB12 in Rio Branco, Brazil by Triptyque Arquitetura

Saturday, March 29th, 2014

Article source: Triptyque Arquitetura

The Triptyque, renowned Franco-Brazilian firm dedicated to sustainable design brings to Brazil the first corporate building based power generation: the  RB12 . Located on Rio Branco Avenue, the main commercial center of the path of Rio de Janeiro, the building will undergo a process of retrofit-green and will feature a bioclimatic façade, composed by a set of glasses with diamond sparkle zigzag, landscaping and suspended generation of energy through solar panel and fuel cell.

Image Courtesy © Triptyque Arquitetura

  • Architects: Triptyque Arquitetura
  • Project: RB12
  • Location: Rio Branco, Brazil
  • Program: Tower positive energy
  • Calendar: end of 2014
  • Client: NATEKKO
  • Area: 4500 m²

Cobogó Home in Brasilia, Brazil by Ney Lima

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Article source: Ney Lima

Modernist references and yellow cobogós the façade stand out amidst the trees a loft of 120 square meters designed by architect Ney Lima . In a Brasília neighborhood called Park Way, where neoclassical mansions predominate , the project stands to spend simplicity and personality and reveal a house with references in straight lines from the 60s and the Bauhaus school.

Image Courtesy © Edgard Cesar

  • Architects: Ney Lima
  • Project: Cobogó Home
  • Location: Brasilia, Brazil
  • Photography: Edgard Cesar
  • Area: 120 m²
  • Year of design: 2013

Taquari Home in Brasilia, Brazil by Ney Lima

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Article source: Ney Lima

The will of a childless couple was building a home that preserved a typical tree savanna that existed on the ground even before the neighborhood Taquari remedies arise in the Capital of Brazil. Having this first fruits as a starting point , the architect Ney Lima residents met with a two-story house in a U shape Thus the project could benefit the most from the ground and even then highlight the darling of the residents.

Image Courtesy © Edgard Cesar

  • Architects: Ney Lima
  • Project: Taquari Home
  • Location: Brasilia, Brazil
  • Photography: Edgard Cesar
  • Area :380 m²
  • Year of design :2013
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