Colorful Contemporary Brazilian Architecture

What comes to mind when you think of Brazilian architecture? The strong forms of Oscar Niemeyer? Neutral-toned works of brutalism? Cobogós? In spite of the fact that colors are present in Brazil's colonial architecture, the aforementioned qualities tend to dominate the perception of the architecture of South America's largest country.
 
However, current architectural production in Brazil is bringing more and more colorful elements that shy away from the gray and beige purity. We've selected fifteen projects that use color to highlight architectural elements and generate dynamic perceptions of space.

Centro de Visitantes do Parque do Rola Moça / TETRO Arquitetura

Casa Claudios / Arquitetura Nacional

Casa Txai / Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan + Carolina Castroviejo + Gabriel Kogan

Carbono / SuperLimão Studio


Casa 239 / UNA Arquitetos


Residência em Gonçalves / André Vainer Arquitetos


Escola em Alto de Pinheiros / Base Urbana + Pessoa Arquitetos


Residência OZ / Andrade Morettin Arquitetos Associados


Estações da Linha 2 - CCR Metrô Bahia / JBMC Arquitetura e Urbanismo


Parque da Gare / IDOM


Colégio Positivo Internacional / Manoel Coelho Arquitetura e Design


Casa do Carnaval / A&P Arquitetura e Urbanismo


Nova Unidade Senac São Miguel Paulista / Levisky Arquitetos | Estratégia Urbana


Casa-ateliê da Vila Charlote / grupoDEArquitetura


Novo Site Unilever – Aguaí / GCP Arquitetos




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