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About the architect

arq Paulo Stocco

Paulo Stocco, an architect graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of São Paulo, has a portfolio that includes projects for prominent residential condominiums in Brazil, as well as corporate projects such as hotels, hospitals, clubs and company headquarters. His work also extends to international projects.

He stands out for his strong involvement in the study, application and promotion of sustainable architecture, seeking to reduce the use of natural resources and balance the socio-environmental impacts of civil construction. Stocco was one of the pioneers in executing projects for Light Steel Frame works in Brazil.

Paulo Stocco's projects are known for their striking facades and practical design, suitable for contemporary lifestyles. It values integrated environments, with straight and elegant features, using materials such as stone, wood, steel, concrete and glass to integrate the external and internal areas of the buildings in an exquisite way.

As founder and creative responsible for MOKKI, the minimalist and sustainable Brazilian Tiny House, Paulo Stocco combines technology and well-being in compact housing.

Paulo Stocco, in addition to his career as an architect, also dedicates himself to design and visual arts as a hobby. His works have been exhibited in renowned galleries, including the New York Gallery and Galeria Mali Villas-Boas. Internationally, he represented Brazil with two works at the 6th International Douro Biennial in Portugal and participated in Contemporary Brazil at the UN headquarters in New York, in addition to being present at the 8th LAC WEEK.

Contact Paulo Stocco directly and discover how he can transform your home or business into a unique and inspiring space.

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