Casa Piracicaba by Isay Weinfeld
The three floors are arranged in perpendicular axes, making the garden accessible from any floor.
Absolutely fantastic press & OOH campaign for Schusev State Museum of Architecture Moscow.
A.V.Shusev Sate Museum of Architecture consists of two museums, which were united in 1964: Museum of Architecture of Architectural Academy and Museum of Russian Architecture give a complete idea of progress of Russian and world architecture during a period of almost ten centuries. This collection includes architectural graphic, drawings, sculptures, details of buildings, which were destroyed, specimens of applied art.
Edifício 360° by Isay Weinfeld
Located in São Paulo, offering a new housing alternative to the cramped conditions of the city with over 10 million people.
Mural Painting “The Eye of Wynwood” in Wynwood, Art Basel 2013, MIami.
The Grand Budapest Hotel - Motion Poster (x)
Modjo - Chillin
Everyone has heard of their song Lady, but I always thought they never really received enough credit for this other track
Wow just heard the news of his passing away, a true pioneer, this song will live on forever, Chicago has lost one of its greatest …
From the architect: A densely wooded land by the bank of the river Minho, a natural frontier between Portugal and Spain, near the village of Monção.
The order to design two houses, on the same ground, for father and son. The son, a well known builder in the area, for whom I was already drawing a small four apartment building in the urban area of Porto, was prepared for the proposal I was presenting for his new house.
So, I’ve decided to join the two houses in only one body. It seemed logical. Briefly: one concrete flagstone (84x16m), prestressed, a modern gesture to lodge two houses (in glass, painted iron in forge and pinewood), supported in modern but traditional granite walls.
A strong gesture looking for the balance with the landscape. At the core, a circle, an ellipsis, a place where a tree can be born, a sculpture, or just the space that was left and conquers the place.
Photography: José Campos