It is located in Itaim, a neighborhood known for one of the best structures in the city of São Paulo. It's composed of a single tower that rises through sculptural Y-shaped pillars, 18 meters above ground level, Pablo Slemenson's project was created to be an architectural landmark of our time. His project has brutalist references, an architectural style marked by grandeur, suspended structures, and functional geometry.
The design of the common areas, including the garage and the underground halls, were idealized by Jader Almeida. Showing the diversity of Brazilian design was decisive for the architect to embark on the project. Jader Almeida planned each environment to invite the residents to always discover new layers of stimulus to the senses.
The floor plans unite comfort and technology. They are spacious, with a project that values natural lighting and ventilation. Frames, pipes, and subfloor have acoustic attenuation treatment, and all the apartments were delivered with infra-structure for air conditioning systems and home automation. The bedrooms have automated blinds.
As building amenities, there is a multi-use space for coworking, teens, and kids. The leisure area is equipped with a heated pool, dry and wet sauna, gym, SPA with massage room, and an outlet for electric vehicles per unit.
An exclusive application centralizes the reservation of common spaces, documentation, pay-per-view services, and access authorization, giving autonomy to the residents. The garage, in the basement, has a differentiated finishing in decoration, floor quality and lighting design.