Copan Building, 1950's Landmark by Oscar Niemeyer

Copan Building, 1950's Landmark by Oscar Niemeyer


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
3 baths

About our home

The Edifício Copan (Copan Building) is a 140-metre (459 ft.) tall, 38-story residential building in downtown São Paulo, Brazil. Construction began in 1952 and, following some interruptions, was completed in 1966. It is one of the largest buildings in Brazil and has the largest floor area of any residential building in the world.
The project was presented in 1951 to celebrate the city's 400th anniversary and became a symbol of São Paulo.
The 3 bedroom converted into 2 bedroom en-suite apartment was fully refurbished a year ago.
We are a gay couple, I am Brazilian and my partner American, we have been together for about 13 years and besides loving to travel we both work with the arts and the movie industry.
Our house is very comfortable, with good furniture and artwork, a fully equipped kitchen with a big wine cellar (we both love cooking and good wine), we appreciate life, travel, theatre, cinema, family and friendships. We are well travelled and have friends all over the world due for being able to live abroad many times in different periods of our lives.
The neighbourhood is very central, bars, restaurantes, museums, theatres, supermarket, metro station(one block away) and you can pretty much walk everywhere.
And the building itself is a must see in SP.


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