The young Paulo Mendes da Rocha: Jockey Club of Goiás and a modernity project
Eline Caixeta, Christine Mahler

The Jockey Club of Goiás, located in the city of Goiânia, in the interior of Brazil, was the first building to adopt the language of exposed concrete in this city, in addition to other attributes of architectural and urban relevance. This discussion aims to analyze the design approach, the tectonics, the urban setting, and its transcendence in the architect’s career. It examines the conception of the project and identifies similarities between this project and his future work

Modern Movement, Modern architecture, Brazilian modern architecture, Jockey Club of Goiás, Paulo Mendes da Rocha.

Issue 65
Year 2021
Pages 114-117

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