A captivating example of smart design, the skyscraper was built in São Paulo, Brazil, often referred to as the biggest Italian city in the world since – as estimates show – half of its residents have Italian DNA.
The origins of this Italian community date back to the years from 1880 to 1920, but the Italian style is still taking over it today, from food to architecture.
A marvelous example is Heritage, the new project developed by Brazilian builder Cyrela and signed by Pininfarina in the classy district of Itaim Bibi, also known as the Manhattan circuit: a futuristic 32-storey tower with (only) one apartment per floor, ranging from 570 to 700 square meters.
Residents can benefit from a garage with 6 to 8 parking spaces (each), multiple indoor and outdoor pools, a playground area for children, a tennis court, relax lounges, one bar, a ballroom with an open-air terrace, a cutting-edge gym and a spa. A fascinating building raised with the most groundbreaking technologies.