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The project’s result is a hollow Fluid Cobogó, an element to be used in internal architectural environment. Made with ceramic and acrylic, its purpose is to create individual spaces and ambients without the need of solid walls. The negative space is part of its concept thus creating fluid shapes and giving movement within the space where it is installed.
Cobogós is how we call in Brazil hollow bricks, usually made with ceramic or concrete, that complete a wall giving it the feature of ventilation. They are present in many spaces, from commercial buildings to homes, and transform spaces with their multiple ways of installation, interacting.
Lutheran University of Brazil
Porto Alegre, Brazil