São Paulo Architecture Experiment
The São Paulo Architecture Experiment documents a collaboration between the São Paulo State Housing Secretariat (SEHAB), Urban-Think Tank, and various international partners focused on a reconsideration of minimal habitation in dense urban space. The project proposes that architects eschew their conventional role in traditional hierarchies and instead act as an enabling connection between the opposing forces of top-down planning and bottom-up initiatives. The book focuses on issues related to São Paulo’s urban development, covering topics such as water management, waste recycling, slum morphology, and economic development.
|Editors||Alfredo Brillembourg, Hubert Klumpner, Elisabete França|
|Design||Zachary Aders, Melissa Ramos, Willem Boning|
|Publisher||Prefeitura da Cidade de São Paulo|