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91384 Rizzoli The Architecture of Studio MK27 Coffee table book

Rizzoli • The Architecture of Studio MK27

Coffee table book

The Architecture of Studio MK27.
288 pages.
Hardcover.

REF. 91384

W.25 x H.3,4 x D.31,6cm

€65,00
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The first international publication dedicated to the internationally acclaimed Brazilian architecture studio MK27, founded by Marcio Kogan.

Studio MK27, located in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, was founded in the late ’70s by architect Marcio Kogan who is now partner of Diana Radomysler, Renata Furlanetto, Suzana Glogowski, and Mariana Simas. They lead a team comprised of 50 architects, most of whom have been together for over a decade.



While trying to keep it simple, Studio MK27 blurs the boundaries between the built and natural environments, building stories and shaping spaces through a meticulous process of design with great attention to textures and details.

The book features over 20 projects situated in different contexts all over the world, from the Brazilian countryside, passing through the urban context of Madrid, the snowy mountains of Whistler until an entire island built in Maldives. The book is organized into sections that will guide the reader from a macro to micro perspective of the Studio´s work: Inside-out, Narrative, Light, Texture and Body—especially dedicated to the partnership with Minotti.

When Rizzoli’s bookshop opened its doors in 1964, it was set on one of the most luxurious streets in the world, Fifth Avenue in New York, with iconic shops such as Tiffany's and Cartier as its neighbours. Its original location immediately demonstrated Rizzoli's ambition to establish itself as an icon of New York culture and luxury, a goal that was fulfilled almost immediately, and which was consolidated when in 1974 it began its activity as a publisher. 

Beautifully illustrated books on architecture, interior design, fashion, photography, haute cuisine and fine art made Rizzoli New York one of the world's leading publishers.