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Paulo Mendes da Rocha
Paulo Mendes da Rocha
(born October 25, 1928 in Vitória, Espírito Santo) is a Brazilian architect. Mendes da Rocha attended the Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie College of Architecture, graduating in 1954.[1] Working almost exclusively in Brazil, Mendes da Rocha has been producing buildings since 1957, many of them built in concrete, a method some call "Brazilian Brutalism", arguably allowing buildings to be constructed cheaply and quickly. He has contributed many notable cultural buildings to São Paulo and is widely credited as enhancing and revitalizing the city. Mendes da Rocha was Professor at the Architecture College of University of São Paulo, known as FAU-USP, until 1998. His work is influenced by Brazilian architect Vilanova Artigas, from the paulist Brazilian School. He was honored with the Mies van der Rohe Prize (2000), the Pritzker Prize
Pritzker Prize
(2006) and the Venice Biennale Golden Lion for lifetime achievement (2016)[2] Major works[edit]

Year Building or product Location

1957 Gymnasium in the Paulistano Athletics Club São Paulo, Brazil

1957 Paulistano Armchair (reissued in 2004 by Objekto)

1964 The Guaimbê Residential Building São Paulo, Brazil

1969 Brazil's pavilion at Expo '70 Osaka, Japan

1973 Serra Dourada Stadium Goiânia, Brazil

1987 Saint Peter Chapel São Paulo, Brazil

1987 Forma Furniture showroom São Paulo, Brazil

1988 Brazilian Sculpture Museum São Paulo, Brazil

1992 Patriarch Plaza and Viaduct do Chá São Paulo, Brazil

1993 Pinacoteca do Estado São Paulo, Brazil

1997 FIESP Cultural Center São Paulo, Brazil

2002 Patriarch Plaza São Paulo, Brazil

2015 National Coaches Museum Lisbon, Portugal

2017 Quelhas House, Lisbon

Saint Peter Chapel, São Paulo (1987)

Patriarch Plaza, São Paulo (2002)

Brazilian Sculpture Museum, Mube, 1988.

São Paulo Pinacotheca, Pinacoteca do Estado, 1993.


^ http://www.mackenzista.com.br/PDFs/Mack_36_Pags_20e21.pdf ^ " Paulo Mendes da Rocha
Paulo Mendes da Rocha
Awarded Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement". ArchDaily. 2016-05-06. Retrieved 2016-05-06. 

Artigas, Rosa: "Paulo Mendes da Rocha", Cosac & Naify Spiro, Annette: "Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Works and Projects". VAZ MILHEIRO, Ana; TAVARES, Gonçalo M.; SIMÕES, João Carmo. Paulo Mendes da Rocha: Museu Nacional dos Coches. Monade, Lisboa, 2015.

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(1982) I. M. Pei
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(1983) Richard Meier
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(1984) Hans Hollein
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(1985) Gottfried Böhm
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(1986) Kenzo Tange (1987) Gordon Bunshaft
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(1988) Frank Gehry
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(1989) Aldo Rossi
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(1990) Robert Venturi
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(1991) Álvaro Siza Vieira
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(1992) Fumihiko Maki
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(1993) Christian de Portzamparc
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(1994) Tadao Ando
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(1995) Rafael Moneo
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(1996) Sverre Fehn
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(1997) Renzo Piano
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(1998) Norman Foster (1999) Rem Koolhaas
Rem Koolhaas
(2000) Herzog & de Meuron (2001) Glenn Murcutt
Glenn Murcutt
(2002) Jørn Utzon
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(2003) Zaha Hadid
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(2004) Thom Mayne
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(2005) Paulo Mendes da Rocha
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(2006) Richard Rogers
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(2007) Jean Nouvel
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(2008) Peter Zumthor
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(2009) Kazuyo Sejima
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and Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA
(2010) Eduardo Souto de Moura
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(2011) Wang Shu
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(2012) Toyo Ito
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(2013) Shigeru Ban
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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 85586590 LCCN: n97053584 ISNI: 0000 0001 0921 7503 GND: 123963419 SUDOC: 125425392 BNF: cb14580106k (data) BIBSYS: 6044192 ULAN: 500097640 NDL: 001255785 RKD: 344160

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