Contemporary House in Campinas

CP House in Campinas

The idea was to create two blocks, in which one would have the social function of the house while the other the recreation area. These are strategically covered by a beautiful slab-garden, creating a space for the air to run over the blocks, reducing the temperature and at the same, creating a plastic effect of flying while receiving light.

Apto Vila Madalena

Apto Vila Madalena in São Paulo

The main change was the integration of the balcony with the apartment. The kitchen was opened to the living room and to the terrace. CR2 Arquitetura’s idea was to create a support that took up little space and did not disturb the flow of people.

Pacaembu Residence

Pacaembu Residence in São Paulo

Design: DMDV arquitetos

In order to reduce the execution time, we opted to the use of a metallic structure, a solution that enabled greater spans, delivering the ground floor from structural interferences and allowing the “balances” that constitute protected interconnected spaces with the external gardens.


Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand

An anchor of cultural life in the Brazilian city of São Paulo, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP) is a concrete and glass tour de force. Suspended on four massive pillars, the building shell hovers 26 feet above the ground and contains a total floor area of over 110,000 square feet.

House Built Around a Tree

House Built Around a Tree in Alto de Pinheiros

Architects: Perkins+Will

The 1000sqm site has a generous garden, including an impressive Flamboyant tree, around which this luxury property was built. The tree was three-dimensionally digitized to protect it from building construction. Social areas are covered by a structural wood grid developed with Brazilian engineer Hélio Olga.

Dom Pedro Complex, São Paulo |

Dom Pedro Complex, Campinas, São Paulo

Design: FGMF Arquitetos

FGMF Architects signs two complete clubs, called Dom Pedro Complex, with accesses and external areas for sports and leisure. The architecture proposes a unique identity, independently of organizations of flows, spaces and dimensions and relations with views and surroundings, such as two projects in one.