Ap Cobogó Apartment in Sao Paulo by Alan Chu

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Ap Cobogó Apartment is a project conceived by Brazilian architect Alan Chu.

Description by Alan Chu: This apartment renovation in São Paulo was nicknamed Ap due to use of the traditional ceramic block created in Brazil in the 1930s and popularized by modernist architects like Lucio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer. Initially, cobogós were made of cement only. With its popularization started to be molded with other materials clay, glass, ceramic, etc.

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The project takes advantage of this ceramic construction exploring its function, color, graphics or light effects Cobogó used as partition walls or lining was also incorporated into the furniture specifically designed for the place. Other materials used were cement, rebar and plywood.

Project: Ap Cobogó Apartment
Architects: Alan Chu
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Design Team: Anita Meduna
Area: 98.0 sqm
Project Year: 2015
Photographs: Djan Chu

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