Chacara Santa Helena is an oasis in São Paulo. A large piece of the Mata Atlântica captured in the midst of the sprawling city. An abundance of trees and species makes a uniquely beautiful and rich site. Our pavilion captures this image; the pavilion camouflaged in mirror among the trees of the Mata Atlântica.
Chácara Santa Helena Pavilion was designed for an exhibition in São Paulo, Brazil. The main structure is is a 40sqm mirror glass pavilion.
Throughout the park ten architectural models are exhibited in their own separate white cubes.
Chácara Santa Helena; old Plantation in Alta Boa Vista, São Paulo
Plots in Chácara Santa Helena, total of 25.000m2, masterplan by Isay Weinfeld, landscape design by Renata Tilli
Adam Kurdahl, João Vieira Costa, Mariana Alves, Gabriel Spera, Fernando Páal, Diogo Madeira