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Client: Oi Futuro (Brazil)
Design: Jair de Souza, Rita Sepulveda, Ana Carolina Montenegro, Vinte Zero Um (Brazil)
This campus is a public high school and digital media technology factory. A suspended and transparent classroom acts as a continuous connection between people and the venue's spaces. The building's facade is modified every three months through a public art project while the interior features a rich multimedia environment with screens displaying work produced by the school's 600 students.