ARCHEA Brazil in Rua Harmonia 86, in Sao Paulo, appears discreet, passing almost unnoticed in comparison with the intense life of Vila Madalena. In this context, today bustling with students and street artists, the Rua Harmonia studio uses as an expressive language that of unfaced concrete, in homage to Brazilian Modernism, the Paulista school, but also to that piece of Italy emigrated to the Pauliceia Desvairada, and which saw in Giancarlo Palanti and Lina Bo Bardi a direct reference to the Vila Madalena building. A space that reveals itself gradually and which captures through the openings the features and colours of the surrounding places, allowing light to filter into the heart of the studio.
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