This project consists in a new concept for a Cobogó unit, creating a fresh environment and perspective on a classic brazilian structure. The client - an exotic marble researcher and seller - wanted to promote a new material, the Quartzite Amazonite, for the interiors design fair CASACOR.
:: Cobogó, portuguese term that refers to a hollow brick wall. Is a reminiscence building element created to increase interiors lightness and air ventilation, popular in Brazil. Initially made of clay and cement, later produced in glass, is a very common for walls division, balconies or terraces. The curious word takes the surnames initials from the three brazilian engineers who conceived and industrialized it: Amadeu COimbra, Ernest BOeckmann and Antônio de GÓis.
:: Teamwork with Wanderson Oliveira.
Vitória | Brazil