In a six-floor retrofitted building, in Paulista Avenue region (São Paulo – Brazil), is located the Campus São Paulo, a Google Space for entrepreneurs. Projected by SuperLimão Studio the space is divided basically into two types: public and dedicated areas for Google Startup programs. The project is a green build, LEED-certified, and utilize local, recyclable and/or recycled materials. The building also has automation systems.

Project Name: Google Campus São Paulo
Architect Name: SuperLimão Studio

Google Campus São Paulo by SuperLimão Studio - Sheet1
©SuperLimão Studio

On the ground floor is the lobby and an auditorium equipped to host events and talks with all infrastructure needed, professional sound system and screenplay. The elevators access the six floors and two underground floors.

Google Campus São Paulo by SuperLimão Studio - Sheet2
©SuperLimão Studio

The public/members area are located in the 5th and 6th floors. There are different use areas like a cafe, work areas, sofas, silent room, phone booths, and some games like a snooker table. From the 1st to the 3rd floors the selected startups have a private area with meeting rooms and working areas. The 4th floor has a workshop area and the Campus team working area.

Google Campus São Paulo by SuperLimão Studio - Sheet3
©SuperLimão Studio

The project is inspired by the concrete jungle concept and contains many elements from the São Paulo culture. The meeting rooms represent the diversity through the local parties of the city like Achiropita and Chinese New Year.


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