Zaha Hadid Unveils First Building in Brazil
By João Paulo Nunes
Zaha Hadid Architects released the first images of their inaugural project in Brazil, an 11-storey apartment building on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.
Named Casa Atlântica (after its location on the waterfront Avenida Atlântica), the residential block will feature a skeletal façade design with each storey resembling a horizontal vertebra. The residential tower will comprise of thirty apartments serviced by a 6-star hotel. Features of the building include a spa, cinema and rooftop pool overlooking the beach.
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