In August 1954, the city of São Paulo created one of its most celebrated landmarks, Ibirapuera Park. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer, the park, an icon of modern architecture, is one of the most popular destinations in the city and the epicenter of the surrounding neighborhood’s development. Sixty-eight years after the park’s inception, we have raised the bar on the region’s high-end residential architecture with Oscar Ibirapuera, one of the most impressive residential projects in the high-end São Paulo market.
With a permanent view of the city’s most vibrant green area and designed for Trisul development, the project offers apartments with 186 m², 227 m² or 233 m², with three or four bedrooms and up to four suites. “The floor plan was conceived so the living room could ofer nine meters of clear spans, providing a panoramic view of Ibirapuera, something unique in the city,” says Douglas Tolaine, design director at Perkins&Will.
Photo credit: © Leonardo Finotti
The Oscar Ibirapuera aesthetic is guided by reinterpretations of elements recognized as hallmarks of Brazilian modernism, such as roofs supported only by columns, organic shapes, and brises-soleil on the facades.
Oscar Ibirapuera provides the innovation and urbanity that high-end projects demand while offering a serene and immersive experience near the city’s largest green area.