Situated in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Pavilion (2013) by Metro Arquitetos Associados

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Situated in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Pavilion by Metro Arquitetos Associados. Composed of two concrete walls and a steel structure as a roof. Besides a central rounded skylight, a gap between the roof and the walls allows for natural lighting. Placed in a 23,860 ft² (2,200 m²) garden, in a residential neighborhood in São Paulo. The main construction is a pavilion for the exhibition and storage of an important private contemporary and modern Brazilian art collection. It is a simple volume, with 18 feet (5.5 m) wide by 92 feet (28 m) long, made by two concrete walls and a steel structure as a roof. Besides a central rounded skylight, a gap between the roof and the walls allows for natural lighting. The pavilion has two different floor-to-ceiling heights. The second structure is a concrete cube that houses a guest room on two levels. As a complementary structure, there is an irregular wooden grid covered by glass, supported by only three steel columns, that covers an area of 860 ft² (80 m²)

 

 

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