Casa Butantã, Paulo Mendes da Rocha, 1964-1966, São Paulo, Brasil

Casa Butantã was built by Brazilian architect, Paulo Mendes da Rocha, in São Paulo, Brazil. Paulo Mendes da Rocha has been awarded the Mies van der Rohe Prize and the Pritzker Prize

Paulo Mendes da Rocha - Pinacoteca do Estado Museum renovation, São Paulo

B - we could put this on the side and use the walkway to connect your office to the terrace! :) Paulo Mendes da Rocha - Pinacoteca do Estado Museum renovation, São Paulo

Clásicos de Arquitectura: Casa Gerassi / Paulo Mendes da Rocha (18)

Galería de Clásicos de Arquitectura: Casa Gerassi / Paulo Mendes da Rocha - 1

Paulo Mendes da Rocha - Casa Gerassi, São Paulo The awning shutter detail .

The Paulistano Athletic Club, São Paulo, Brazil, 1958 por el maestro Paulo Mendes da Rocha.

Selected Works: Paulo Mendes da Rocha_ The Paulistano Athletic Club, São Paulo, Brazil, 1958 Photo by José Moscardi

<p>Pritzker-prize winning architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha is known for his innovative use of concrete and steel on his projects. His residence in Sao Paulo is no exception. His bold simplicity is seen throughout the space as he applied prefabricated concrete components when he designed his own home. The one-story house rests on pillars and […]</p>

Paulo Mendes da Rocha – Sao Paulo Residence

The Butantã Residence designed by architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Located in São Paulo, Brazil and completed in Photo: ArchDaily

House of the day: Casa Butantã, Paulo Mendes da Rocha

Residência Cavanelas in Brazil, was built in 1954 by Oscar Niemeyer, one of the key figures in the modern architecture movement. Best known for his state buildings, the Brazilian architect designed a number of mid-century houses.


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