Evoke Goes Brazilian


Evoke recently returned from a trip to Sao Paulo. While we were there for work, we did manage to visit some incredible places and buildings.

View from hotel window along Av. Paulista.
A beautiful house by Marcio Kogan.
Great board formed concrete at a photographer’s studio.
The most organised tool shop ever.
Favela bird houses.
A local beer chilling.
Amazing concrete detailing at SESC Pompeia by one of our favorite Brazilian architects, Lina Bo Bardi.
Steel circulation at the Pinacoteca do Estado de Sao Paulo, the oldest art museum in Sao Paulo.
Material composition and address numbers at a private residence in Jardins.
Oscar Niemeyer shelter at Ibirapuera Park, one of the largest parks in Latin America.
The Obelisk of Sao Paulo is in the background.

 One of Niemeyer’s best, Edificio COPAN, in cental Sao Paulo.
Another amazing project by Lina Bo Bardi, the MASP.

Some incredible concrete relief detailing.
An architect friend managed to secure us a private tour of Lina Bo Bardi’s Glass House.
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Formed in 2001, EVOKE INTERNATIONAL DESIGN™ incorporates conceptual thinking, spatial and interior design and graphic design to ensure consistent and coherent branded environments for its clients.

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