Formed by the complementary visions of Gustavo Utrabo and Pedro Duschenes, Aleph Zero is a Brazilian practice interested in constructing a critical and interpretative reading of the world through architecture. Among the office’s main awards are the Riba International Prize 2018, RIBA International Emerging Architect (2018), Archdaily Building of the year (2018), APCA – Associação Paulista de Críticos de Arte (2017), Tomie Ohtake AkzoNobel (2017), chosen finalist in Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize Emerge - IIT College of Architecture Chicago (2018) and third place in Oscar Niemeyer Prize for Latin American architecture (2018). Aleph Zero has had its work exhibited on several occasions, the main one being the Brazilian pavilion of the Architecture Biennale of Venice (2018).
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RIBA International Prize 2018: Children Village by Aleph Zero and Rosenbaum
Children Village, a Brazilian boarding school designed by Aleph Zero and Rosenbaum, has won the 2018 RIBA International Prize.
House on house: Aleph Zero has built a pavilion-like private residence in Amparo
The House + House building in Amparo, north of São Paulo, is a pavilion-like private residence designed by the Brazilian architects Aleph Zero.
Village-type solution for children: Canuanã boarding school in Brazil
Rosenbaum and Aleph Zero Architects have planned and executed Canuanã boarding school in the form of two children's villages.