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Rio de Janeiro – A Rio de Janeiro institution entrusted Cactus to totally redesign its space with interpersonal tech installations and new display features.
São Paulo – Part of three-building furniture store Micasa, a light wooden structure by Studio MK27, is a beacon for sustainable construction projects.
Serra de Bocaína, Brazil – Caio Antunes and Marcella Zambardino have been building a self-sufficient house in harmony with the natural environment of Sao Paulo national park.
São Paulo – Studio MK27’s Catuçaba house, nestled in the nature, works just as a modern, modular, and self-sufficient Brazilian farm.
São Paulo – Pistache Ganache turned their proposal for Conceito ê, a concept store in São Paulo, into a timely environmental statement.
Rio de Janeiro – The scientific Museu do Amanhã, also known as Museum of Tomorrow, designed by Calatrava in Rio is a great example of sustainability for big institutions.
Venice – Swinguerra, featured in the Brazilian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, has an unusually high for a video installation. Here’s what you can learn from it.
Brasilia – At the Clínica L’Or by Um a Um Arquitetos, gold and white concrete provide a sense of luxury to a growingly photogenic type of space: the dental clinic.
Amsterdam – At the 2019 Frame Lab, Brazilian designer Humberto Campana explained how his work is a Trojan horse that uplifts and empowers impoverished communities.
Valencia – Masquespacio envisioned Kaikaya, a Nikkei restaurant in Valencia, as a mix of Japanese traditions and Brazilian tropicalismo.
São Paulo – How important are democratic prices and political sustainability? On the eve of the Frame Awards deadline, we spoke with Humberto Campana about these matters.
Rio de Janeiro – Terra e Tuma, a Sao Paulo-based architectural studio, responded to Oficina Itsu’s retail limitations with a smart, concrete use of time and materials.
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