Fifties eateries in São Paulo influence deli at Institute of Architects of Brazil

 

Architects Guilherme Pianca and Gabriel Kogan toured São Paulo’s quaint restaurants dating back to the 1950s to find references for a sandwich shop in the city’s institute for architects. Pianca’s firm and Kogan – the son of Brazilian architect and Studio MK27 founder, Marcio Kogan – designed the IAB restaurant to occupy the ground floor of the São Paulo department of the Institute of Architects of Brazil (Instituto de Arquitetos do Brasil, IAB-SP), which was built in 1950.

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