Goose Island Brewhouse in São Paulo

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Goose Island Brewhouse in São Paulo

Bar and Work House Interior in Brasil, South America – design by SuperLimão + Mckinley burkart Architects

26 Apr 2018

Goose Island Brewhouse

Design: SuperLimão (Brazil) + Mckinley Burkart Architects (Canada)

Location: São Paulo, SP, Brazil

Goose Island Brewhouse

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

The American brewery, originally from Chicago city (USA), Goose Island Brewhouse brought to Brazil its concept of brewpub, a bar where beer is produced and consumed. SuperLimão Studio and the Canadian office McKinley Burkart Architects were responsible for the development of the project.

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

The place chosen for the project was the Largo da Batata, in Sao Paulo (Brazil), in line with the brand’s position of seeking to insert its brewpubs in places under intense urban transformation. The first Chicago brewhouse occupied a space in an old industrial area in transmutation to a young and artistic region.

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The house chosen was the last remaining part of the expropriation process of the subway, with 10m of front and 40m of bottom and a side that turned the facade of the project, facing the Largo.

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

If Largo da Batata presented itself as a great option, due to numerous transformations over time, the property did not appear to have the industrial aspect present in the guideline of the brand. After the removal of these interventions, what remained was the original structure of the property, a deposit of coconut from the beginning of the century.

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

The choice of materials such as original bricks exposed to visitors to have access to the transformations through which the site passed, concrete and the wood burned Shou Sugi Ban allied to the new apparent metallic structure arrived the intended language.

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The project sought to deal with the nature of Goose Island Brewhouse: joining brewery and bar, two distinct programs from sanitary to flow issues. The project sought to integrate the two parties, and took advantage of the presence of machinery: the brewery is in the middle of the bar, and it is possible to see it even on the way to the bathroom.

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The layout has been configured in steps: when you arrive, you see a first reception that works as a store and tells you a bit about the history of the brand. Entering is possible to see a large hall, which has as background the brewery, and an outside area divided by large metal doors. When opened they become a cover and the space is integrated into the hall.

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

In the opposite side were created spans that allow the entrance of natural light. Parallel to this wall was made a large gutter containing plants called gibóias that over time take over the apparent installations. On the way to the second floor there is a room with special beers aging in barrels, which creates another category of beer and forms of consumption.

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

On the second floor is the beergarten, which has a unique view of Largo da Batata width in a large outdoor area protected by a pergola made of wood with retractable cover. The space has a second bar, a barbecue grill integrated to that area and an orchard. The rest of this floor is occupied by technical areas and the kitchen.

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

The building has two facades with different aspects. The first, of the entrance, has a more vertical aspect and refers to the original construction. The face of the broad potato is quite horizontal where it is possible to have a reading of the transformation of the old shed allied to the brewery with visible white tanks on it. Graffiti artist Nove (Digital Organic) was invited to develop a panel that makes a present reading of the region, printing many colors and bringing Brazilian to the project.

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Goose Island Brewhouse, São Paulo

Architecture: SuperLimão Studio
McKinley Burkart Architects
SuperLimão Project Team: Lula Gouveia, Thiago Rodrigues, Antonio Carlos Figueira de Mello, Julia Regis Bittencourt, Pedro Luna, Maria Clara Rodrigues
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Year: 2016
Area: 750 sqm

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Goose Island Brewhouse in Sao Paulo

Photos: Maíra Acayaba

Goose Island Brewhouse in São Paulo images / information received 260418

Location: São Paulo, Brazil




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