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22.06.2018

The project Árbol (São Paulo, Brazil) was featured in the latest issue of the brazilian magazine Projeto (n. 443)

The article dedicated exclusively to the residential building Árbol – Arquitetura em transição (Architecture in transition) – refers the importance that was given to the place in the development of a residential building that, despite the scale, not only respects it but also prepares it for the transformation that is already taking place in the neighborhood.

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Árbol
Projeto Magazine 443

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