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Residential

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Jardins Residence - Sao Paulo, Brazil

 

An upscale apartment in the heart of Sao Paulo, Brazil. The clients for this apartment are travelers with taste. There needs were designed around the furniture pieces they have collected over a lifetime. With classical and contemporary flavors this was great opportunity to collaborate with a local architect who understood what was available in the region along with an understanding of the clients aesthetics. PWCDC partnered with CR Arquitetos from Brazil to produce a comfortable and cohesive space for both the clients and their one of a kind pieces to live in. 

The work presented here is a selection of images from an exhibit at the MoMA NYC while working for Michael Bell and the Visible Weather Team in 2011. Phillip W. Crupi was the Design Director, executing and designing with the principal archietcts and overseeing, creative direction and production for the final exhibited materials.

During summer 2011, five teams of designers (including architects, urban planners, and landscape architects), economists, ecologists, and engineers—led by the principals of the architecture firms MOS, Visible Weather, Studio Gang Architects, WORKac, and Zago Architecture—began a cross-disciplinary conversation, imagining the redesign of specific sites across the country, from older east coast suburbs with rail connections to newer subdivisions accessible only by highway. Working in studios at MoMA PS1, they discussed their projects with the public in a series of open houses. Their work, presented here, is not a set of blueprints for the development of specific places so much as an array of visions that will help us rethink the physical and financial architecture of living, working, and commuting in the extended metropolis.

FRANZ JOSEPH LAND - MOSS RESEARCH CENTER

 

Franz Joseph Land is the northern-most archipelago in the world. This frozen tundra comes to life during the summer months and blooms an intense array of color and vibrancy to the environment. This seasonal moss research lab was proposed to disappear in the winter months and come to life during summers full bloom.

The research center houses a fully operational hotel for visitors and residents of the research laboratory. Rooms are situated above capturing light and color from the environment while the research center below is researching and cultivating new types of mosses and life that exists in this intense climate.