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Edifício Atrium V
Atrium 5

Sao Paulo SP Brazil

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Began1995
  Finished1999
Floor Count18
Basement Floors2
Floor Area15,800 m²
Building Uses
 - office
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - postmodern
Materials
 - masonry
 - glass
 - aluminium
 - granite
 - concrete, reinforced

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Roof201 ftArchitect

Description
Architect: Aflalo & Gasperini Arquitetos www.aflaloegasperini.com.br

The proposal of this building was of repeating a solution of success, originally proposed in the Building Atrium, precursor of the family Atrium, when there are incorporated new parameters of property program, technology, architectural language and characteristics of the land.

The vertical circulation of the set opens for a great courtyard, which divides the building in two wings, the plant type of each wing shelters 3 sets of 100,00 m2 each, being able to be integrated in the only space.

The principal access is done through the courtyard, in a bridge on water mirrors.

In spite of remembering the original solution, the architectural components show up with own personality, making quite rich the process of revisitation of an existent concept.

Helipod atop Building.

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