We understand that freedom is the natural state of creativity. So we’ve created a space that’s set up for experimentation.
When you find yourself in a space that encourages new ways of thinking, you’re free to explore, to fail, to improve and create groundbreaking work.
You’ll find the Pharus Studio in the historic Esther Building at Praça da República. The space is dedicated to experimentation and encourages creativity. We aren’t afraid to take risks or try a new approach. Everything is possible here.
Alexandria House is located in Alto de Pinheiros and was designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer in the 1970s. This is where we spend our days planning, discovering and innovating. The gardens were designed by Brazilian landscaper, Burle Marx. Nature is an important part of the space, and inspires our works every day. We feel privileged to work in these historic spaces that are as beautiful as they are interesting. We’re honored that our story will someday become part of the history of this legendary place.