Pininfarina signs the new skyscraper in São Paulo, Brazil

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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.

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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.

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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.

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