Entries by Lea Gejer

Casa Circular #1: atelier Sao Paulo

Casa Circular is a building designed for circular economy and inspired by cradle to cradle design framework. There are many differences between this type of construction and traditional ones, but what definitely differentiates these models is the question: “what’s next?”. For that, all used resources are able to circulate safely and healthy for nature and humans. […]

QuickScan Cradle to Cradle®

Natura initiated a QuickScan project of one of its products. QuickScan provides preliminary information on the potential Cradle to Cradle® and recommendations for the next steps towards optimization or certification in accordance to the international certification program Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM for products. A rising number of designers and manufacturers – along with a significant […]

Award: Ensaios Urbanos National Competition

The design proposal for transformations in São Paulos’s Zoning Law was awarded by the Brazilian Institute of Architects – Sao Paulo and the Municipality of São Paulo – Urban Development Secretary in the national competition “Ensaios Urbanos: Designs for São Paulo Zoning”. The study was carried out and co-authored by Léa Gejer, Taícia Marques, Paula […]

Impulse Project

Impulse Project was one of the finalists in the last stages of the Arc Tiete project – Municipality of São Paulo/ Urban Development Secretary. Flock has coordinated and designed an interdisciplinary group of professionals – the Impulse Collective – aiming at the development of the pre-feasibility study of the Arc Tiete, an area of 6,000ha along […]

FATMA – FAPESC Building

Flock was invited to set strategies on sustainability issues for the proposal from JMN Architects for the national competition for the headquarters building project of FATMA (Environment Foundation of Santa Catarina) and FAPESC (Foundation for Research and Innovation Santa Catarina), located in Florianópolis- SC- Brazil. The Cradle to Cradle® methodology was embraced to ensure the closure […]

Jack in the Valley

Jack in the Valley proposal was co-authored by Léa Gejer, Taícia Marques and Antonio Fabiano Jr. and submitted to the international competition Transiting Cities, sponsored by RMIT Universty in partnership with state government agencies in Victoria and Latrobe City in Australia. The goal was to create sustainable alternatives in the short, medium and long terms […]