Sao Paulo – A Graphic Biography
Date: Wednesday 5 June 2019
Venue: AA Bookshop
Launch Price £45 RRP £54.
In São Paulo: A Graphic Biography, Correa presents a comprehensive portrait of Brazil’s largest city, narrating its fast-paced growth through; archival material, photography, original drawings, and text. Additional essays from scholars in fields such as landscape architecture, ecology, governance, and public health offer a series of interdisciplinary perspectives on the city’s history and development.
Felipe Correa is a New York-based architect, urbanist, author, and professor. He is the founder and managing partner of the design practice Somatic Collaborative. Correa is currently the Vincent and Eleanor Shea Professor and the Chair of Architecture at the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
Introduced by Head of Landscape Urbanism at the AA Jose Alfredo Ramirez. Join us for a drinks reception to celebrate the launch of this great new book.
The Sao Paulo: A Graphic Biography Project is funded by the Haddad Foundation
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