Images of Zaha Hadid’s first project in Brazil – and in South America — have been revealed. The “Casa Atlântica” residential tower will have eleven floors and a rooftop pool and be built in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, according to local paper O Globo.
Located on Atlântica Avenue, “Casa Atlântica” will be the only building on its lot, yet seeks to complement the surrounding environment and neighborhood.
The project was commissioned by businessman, Omar Peres, who acquired the land for R$ 23 million ($8.5 million).
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Source: O Globo
Images Revealed of Zaha Hadid’s First Project in Brazil originally appeared on ArchDaily, the most visited architecture website on 18 Dec 2014.
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