São Paulo, Brazil
Chácara Santo Antônio is a large mixed use project in the South region of the city of São Paulo designed for developer Lindencorp, in partnership with studio André Luque Arquitetura. Its large scale and the considerable impact it might have over that region of the city demanded careful consideration of the local social, economic and environmental conditions of the site.
The project includes retail, cinemas, restaurants and services on the ground floor, as well as three high-rise buildings above. The first tower is a 16-stories office building for large companies, with an average floor area of 10.000ft²; the second is a 28-stories office building with smaller 550ft² units, and the third a 23-stories residential tower with 650ft² apartments. The whole complex is articulated by a wide semi-covered public plaza that integrates the development with its urban context, offering amenable open spaces for visitors and residents. The design of the modular façades prioritizes sustainable performance without compromising the economic efficiency of the development.
Location: São Paulo | SP | Brazil
Type: Residential | Commercial | Services
Client: Lindencorp Incorporadora
Built area: 83.340 m²
Site area: 10.350 m²
Authors: ARKIZ - Alexandre Hepner, João Paulo Payar, Rafael Brych | André Luque Arquitetura