Movie by Pedro Kok: Marquise do Parque do
Ibirapuera by Oscar Niemeyer

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Marquise do Parque do Ibirapuera by Oscar Niemeyer

DezeenTV: here's another video shot by Brazilian photographer Pedro Kok, this time the Marquise do Parque do Ibirapuera in São Paulo, Brazil, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1952.

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See Pedro's video of the Rolex learning Centre by SANAA, published yesterday.

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Here's a little information from Kok:


The Ibirapuera Park Marquise in São Paulo, Brazil is a covered pathway that links various buildings and houses the MAM Museum, restaurants and utilities. Every day, skateboarders, cyclists, athletes, families and lonesomes gather under it. Designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer in 1954.

This video is part of the exhibition Arquitetura Brasileira – Viver na Floresta (Brazilian Architecture – Living in the Forest), at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake in São Paulo, Brazil until August 1st 2010. More details (in portuguese only).


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VitraHaus
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Galeria Adriana Varejão
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Rolex Learning Centre
  • Richard

    love how the walkway acts as both the journey and the destination.

  • m

    I always forget about the incredible vegitation of Brasil. This is what modernism is made for.

  • http://www.seangair.com sean

    how would one achieve those beautiful ‘ghostly’ figures?
    Shot twice i presume, with and without people?

  • angry catalan

    Ha, translucent people! Looks like Pedro Kok has a good sense of humour. I liked the video, although on the night shots the space looks a bit underdesigned: big ceiling, some pillars. But it looks like (translucent) people enjoy being there a lot. Good one.

  • bdfhd

    Sean, yes – layers and opacity

  • san

    @sean
    interesting question as lighting/position and strength of shadows would not be the same if shot twice…maybe a lot of work in after effects?

  • http://www.pedrokok.com.br Pedro Kok

    Hi Sean,

    I need just one frame without people. Either I wait for this to occur, or I later remove them in post-processing.

    Kind regards,

    Pedro

  • http://gazmais.blogspot.com stuart

    this place is incredible, the essence of architecture, the union with nature,
    magic

  • 22lab

    yes Sean, you r right!

    beautifull structure…trees r everywhere )

  • bozo

    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, so good

  • di

    beautiful movie. please make more. and the soundtrack is incredible, nothing like phillip glass to bring out the spatial effects of the park shot in a series of stills…rocking

  • http://www.fgoesarte.blogspot.com FELIPE GOES

    Great movie !

    It would be great to walk in roof, dont you think ?

    Congratulations