Red Bull Station Creative Space

Sao Paulo, Brazil

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  • Client:

    Sao Paulo government

The new structure offers a direct connection as well as flexible public environments that can be modified

  • Include:

    Bridges, stairs, terraces

  • Area:

    370 sqm

  • Cost:

    € 407.000

  • Status:

    Due for completion in 2019


Red Bull Station Creative Space. The residual area taken into account suffers a general isolation from the urban fabric and the flows of people. The presence of a cultural centre and a raised pedestrian path have directly addressed the intervention strategy. The punctual space therefore sees the opportunity of a vertical connection through stepped spaces that can be adopted by the cultural centre itself with different functions achievable outdoors. The new structure offers a direct connection as well as flexible public environments that can be modified. The modular elements are equipped with an overlying terrace space and a covered interior space. The latter can take on always different proportions thanks to the easy mobility of the panels that make up the floors.

Urban concept

This is an attempt to grasp, from the mistakes, the opportunity to experiment and give breath to urban transformations, to rethink a narrative of the metropolis, starting from the body and his perception, the public world made of events rather than obstacles, of organized density rather than of efficient generality (Creative spaces). Structures, conscious of constructive and spatial logics, easy to assemble and disassemble, ready to be multiplied and adapted to the various complexities. Projects of the mutability, of the rapid change by users, for an optimized growth of a form of life made in the place.

Use of public space

With this we get the residents of Sao Paulo, in addition to being able to cross a large avenue which is heavily trafficked by cars, not only being able to cross it pedestrians, but also allowing each other to take advantage of those terraces at different levels. We must offer the city the spaces that the car has been taking away little by little, with this we will achieve greater urban quality and spaces for citizen use. It is becoming more and more common in the most modern cities to take the car out of public spaces, in this case instead of taking it out they coexist together making the most of the metal structure. 

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