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Old Posted Jan 31, 2007, 6:55 AM
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SAO PAULO | Mega Compilation! Over 120 of the best buildings/highrises

The 10 best IMHO

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BankBoston






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Banespa


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e-Tower



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CENU North Tower


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Martinelli




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The rest of the compilation is on ALPHABETIC order.

Many old buildings were not included for lack of time/support from the other SSC forumers. São Paulo´s tallest was also not included, cuz I dont consider it to fufill my minimum esthetic values for inclusion on this list.



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Antonio Alves Ferreira Guedes
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Atrium VII



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Attilio Tinelli


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Banco Daycoval
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Banco Alfa
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Banco do Brasil
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Banco Safra
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Banco Votorantin

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Banespa

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Barão de Iguape
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Berrini 1681
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Berrini 500
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Birmann 31


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Blue Tree Convention Ibirapuera
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Blue Tree Towers


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Blue Tree Towers Berrini
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Bolsa de Imóveis, SAP
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Boulevard Sul
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Brasilia Tower
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Caloi Tower
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Centro de Cultura Judaica

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Centro Cultural Itaú
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Centro Empresarial do Aço
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Centro Empresarial Itaúsa



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Centro Empresarial e Cultural João Domingues de Araújo



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CENU
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CENU Torre Oeste

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CESP (u/c)
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Citibank

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Comendador Alberto Bonfiglioli


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Continental Square Faria Lima



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Corporate Park
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Crystal Tower
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CYK



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Dacon
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Delta Plaza
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Eluma (left) and Sahui (right)
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Executive Office Center
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Faria Lima Business Center
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Faria Lima Financial Center



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Faria Lima Premium

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Flat George V Residence

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Forum Trabalhista Rui Barbosa







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FUNCEF Center
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Head Office
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Hospital Beneficência Portuguesa - bloco 6



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Hotel Fasano



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Hilton Old Downtown
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Hilton Morumbi

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Hotel Renaissance

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Hotel Unique




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HSBC Tower
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Hyatt
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International Trade Center

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Italia


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JK 18
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JK Financial Center



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JK Plaza
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JK Tower
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Joaquim Floriano 100, São Paulo Head Offices
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Kempensky Palace Hotel
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Lara Campos
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L´Obelisque
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Maksoud Plaza
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Mandarim
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Mapfre Seguros
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Maria Cecília Lara Campos

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Maria dos Santos

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Market Place
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Martinelli



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Meliá Confort
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Mercure Jardins
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Millenium Office Park


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Morada Klabin
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New Century

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New England

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Office Tower Itaim

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Ohtake Cultural




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Old England
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One Hundred


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Ourinvest
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Paddock I

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Paddock II
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Parque Paulista
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Plaza I and Plaza II


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Plaza Centenario
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Price Waterhouse Coopers
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Ravello
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Redecard e Birmann 31
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Ronaldo Sampaio Ferreira

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Sampaio Moreira
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San Paolo
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Santa Julia
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São Luís Gonzaga
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Sonesta Ibirapuera
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Spazio JK
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The Capital Flat


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Times Square Metropolitan Mix - Moema
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Torre 2000

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Transamérica Flat International Plaza


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Tribunal Regional Federal
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Unibanco
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UNIP Tower

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Vila Olimpia Corporate Plaza, São Paulo Trade Building
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WTC and Nestle


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Cool dude! I looked at all of them.

I loooove all the U/C you just showed us in your second post^ THose are great, especially the first one.

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The shittiest one in my worthless opinion is the Price Waterhouse Cooper building.
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Old Posted Jan 31, 2007, 10:38 PM
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it would be better if that Price Waterhouse was ONE tall building instead of 4 highrises...
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it would be better if that Price Waterhouse was ONE tall building instead of 4 highrises...
That was my first thought as well. Thanks for the overload, it was a viewing pleasure.
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Old Posted Feb 1, 2007, 11:04 AM
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Wow. Sao Paolo has a lot of skyscrapers, but the general quality of them is really low in my opinion. Except for those old beauties of course.
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Old Posted Feb 2, 2007, 12:26 AM
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well, at least I can show that São Paulo is not ONLY white concrete block copies.
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I had other vision of Sao Paulo in the past, city where I was born, but considering today I see most improvement in architecture was made and has nowadays some beauties there, I changed a little bit my mind. The majority bldgs is such old concrete ones, but now good examples are mixed also. There are good examples of very nice architecture in bldgs for office and also homes ones, most for middle upper classes. Considering Europe, the most cities have only old buildings for residencies, it is quite good that Sao Paulo offers a plus in having newer ones very nice made. Great for sharing us trantor.
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Old Posted Feb 5, 2007, 6:03 AM
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i really like the wood on hotel fasano
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