Casa Pampulha – Vazio S/A
Casa Pampulha

New project online! Casa Pampulha is a house designed by architect Zanine Caldas in the 1970s and converted into an art collection gallery. Apparently an architect of neo-colonial houses with no identity, Zanine was actually an author who knew how to update the language of Brazilian colonialism with features typical of modernist architecture and the traditional architecture of Japan. Hence the facades with sophisticated modulations of glass panels, the volumetric games marked by voids X solids, the contrast between weight and lightness, and an architecture where the spaces are clearly defined using the wooden structure as a starting point.

More information about our exhibition design for Casa Pampulha here.

Fotos: Daniel Mansur


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