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Sao Paulo Museum by Murilo Gabriele

May 10, 2011

Sao Paulo Museum by Murilo Gabriele

Sao Paulo Museum by Murilo Gabriele

Sao Paulo Museum by Murilo Gabriele

Sao Paulo Museum by Murilo Gabriele

Sao Paulo Museum by Murilo Gabriele

Sao Paulo Museum by Murilo Gabriele

 

Semester Design
architecture student: Murilo Gabriele (m2g arquitecture)
Professor: Fernanda Barbara
from: Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado - FAAP
time: Setember 2010, Third year
category: cultural building


Paulista Avenue (Avenida Paulista in Portuguese, Paulista being the gentilic for those born in São Paulo state) is one of the most important avenues in São Paulo, Brazil. The 2.8 kilometre thoroughfare is notable for headquartering a large number of financial and cultural institutions, as well as being home to an extensive shopping area and to Latin America's most comprehensive fine-art museum, MASP. Since the 1960s, the avenue has been identified as one of the main business centers in the city. Being one of the highest points in São Paulo, it is distinctively clustered with radio and TV stations antennae, such as Gazeta's. The road is served by a subway line and many major bus routes. The avenue, which was inaugurated in December 1891, is generally regarded as the most expensive real estate anywhere in Latin America

Propose: Building complex that involve Art, culture and entertainment to Sao Paulo.

 

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