January 2019 — Sao Paulo, Brazil
Located underground the southbound point of Paulista Avenue and Consolação — a subterranean bookstore titled Passagem Literária da Consolação. Translated, The Consolação Literary Passage; is an underground tunnel originally designed for civilian commute underneath the traffic-heavy intersection.
In 2005, the city transformed the passage into a community bookstore, live-performance space, and active gallery. Here, we retrieved a 1973 edition of L'OEIL — a popular France fashion publication. Inside, an article celebrating Oscar Niemeyer’s legacy to Brasilian Architecture.
Rich with editorial photography and project blueprints — our design force repurposed scanned magazine spreads for this tribute to Niemeyer’s vision.