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2G 88: Carla Juaçaba: No. 88. International Architecture Review

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This latest issue of 2G is dedicated to the work of Carla Juaçaba, who founded her eponymous architectural practice in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2000. Her firm engages in both public and private projects, focusing on housing and cultural programmes; she designed Brazil’s first cancer hospice and an outdoor chapel for the Vatican’s pavilion at the Venice Biennale. This issue features her series of houses including Rio Bonito (2005), Varanda (2007), Minimal (2008) and Santa Teresa (2014), as well as the giant temporary pavilion Humanidade, created for a UN conference on sustainable development, which earned her the inaugural arcVision Prize, an international award for women in architecture.

Language

English

Book Author

Moisés Puente (Editor), Noura Al Sayeh & Bruther (Introduction), Dylan Perrenaud (Photographer)

Publisher

Walther & Franz König

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