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With a modern and stripped architecture, the Santo Frango restaurant in Moema, São Paulo, was designed to have a sense of tranquility and at the same time maintain the urbanity that surrounds it. With the burnt cement being the protagonist seen in all the rooms of the building, there is still space for the different textures and tones of the woods that make the environment cozy. The renovation presented several obstacles, but they were seen as new solutions for the final result. The external deck connects the internal lounge with the street and its passersby, thus generating meetings and occasions that make architecture worthwhile.

Santo Frango Restaurant - Moema, SP

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