Next in our series of movies by Brazilian photographer Pedro Kok is this 1928 Modernist house in São Paulo by Gregori Warchavchik.
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Casa Modernista da Rua Santa Cruz, São Paulo, Brazil
The Modernist House at Santa Cruz St., São Paulo, Brazil, designed by architect Gregori Warchavchik and built in 1928, is considered the first modernist building in Brazil. Defined as a state heritage site in 1984, it is undergoing restoration and conservation work and was reopened to public in 2008. Today receives the Museum of the City of São Paulo.
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