Santiago de Compostela Building
The intention of the Santiago de Compostela Building is to offer an alternative to the so-conventional real estate scene.
That’s a careful solution concerning the surroundings, the relation with the street, the compositional cohesion, and the simplification of details.
The unique coating and the vigorous crown reinforce the idea of unity.
The waffle slabs, the solutions in framings (acoustically-isolated, inline frames), the ceiling height of each floor (3.20m) and the removal of the pilotis area, highlighting the gardens, are just some of the extra items that focus on comfort, freedom in choosing different setups and thriftiness in condo fees and maintenance.
Project name: Santiago de Compostela Building
Architecture: Gustavo Penna, Alexandre Bragança, Ana Paula Assis, Norberto Bambozzi, Priscila Dias de Araújo
Location: Belo Horizonte – Minas Gerais – Brazil
Year designed: 1995
Year completed: 1998
Projected area: 7.010m2
Photos: Jomar Bragança, Marcílio Gazzinelli