I am so bowled over by this stunning new project
from the Marcio Kogan team in Brazil,
that I am almost lost for words.
The brief was to create a low-budget,
quickly-built retail space in Sao Paulo
for the Decameron design group.
So the architects envisaged
stacking & playing with
in this case shipping containers.
Which are linked together via
over-scaled sliding polycarbonate doors.
And all grouped around a dramatic
gravel-terrace garden of palms.
An utterly dynamic outcome,
and one where the pictures tell the story.
As all good architecture should.
Do you like it?
Architecture Co-Author: Mariana Simas/ Oswaldo Pessano
Interior Design: Diana Radomysler/ Mariana Simas
Photography: Pedro Vannucchi