The Box House, located in a residential neighborhood of low verticalization in the city of São Paulo, was designed for a young architect (Flavio Castro), to himself.
Pedro Kok (1984), brazilian photographer, works with and researches photography and videography of architecture, urban structures and cities. Graduate architect from the Architecture and Urbanism Faculty of the University of São Paulo in 2009. Master of Arts in Fine Arts by the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht (MaHKU) in 2011.
LOCATION: São Paulo, Brasil
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