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Dengo Chocolates

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The firm Matheus Farah e Manoel Maia Arquitetura is responsible for the first and tallest wooden building in Brazil, located at Avenida Faria Lima in São Paulo. Designed to host the concept store of the premium chocolate brand Dengo, the building has four floors and was entirely structured in wood (a major feat for the Brazilian architecture and construction industry).

“We seek to create a space where the rustic, irreverent, authentic and handmade were highlighted, based on a contemporary reinterpretation of the use of natural elements and the very concept of Brazilianness,” said Matheus Farah in a statement.

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