Happening

Bárbara Bruno

FAVORITE PLACE IN SÃO PAULO

My house! There is no better place…

ITINERARY SUGGESTION

– Start the day with a nice breakfast at the Renaissance Hotel at Santos Boulevard;

– Following, walk to the Paulista Avenue and let its haughtiness and grandeur set in your spirit.

– Walk to Masp (São Paulo Art Museum) and stop underneath the building to observe not only the landscape, but also the “human fauna” moving so very fast.

Diagonal picture. All building in apparent concrete in the shape of a giant rectangular box. It has a thick slab of apparent cement across the top and a slightly thinner across the floor. It is all lined with innumerable long and narrow glass panels, bound by a large metal structure. This "box" (building) is suspended in the air, creating a free span of more than 70 meters in length by 18 meters in width and 6 meters in height, which extends under four huge red rectangular pillars. On the left side, several commercial buildings. To the front, part of the avenue with 2 lanes separated by a narrow sidewalk, where several cars travel.

Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP). Foto: Jose Cordeiro/ SPTuris.

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