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Curve Theatre
Leicester, England
2004-2005
 

At Rafael Viñoly Architects

 

4-storey building for spectacles and performances

Area: 12,900 square metres

Height: 24 metres

Clients: Leicester Theatre Trust & Leicester City Council

Cost: £61,000,000

Completed: 2008

 

 

 

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Exhibition
São Paulo
2011
 

 

Marina Loeb & Debora Laub

Curator: Anat Falbel

 

Exhibition design project for: Exile and Modernity: Space and the Foreigner in São Paulo

Area: 200 square metres

Clients: Jewish Culture Centre/Isreali House of Culture

Opened: November 2011

 

 

 

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MIS PRO
Lapa, Rio de Janeiro
2014
 

Marina Loeb, Regina Adorno & Carolina Rocco

 

A building to store the MIS (Museum of Image and Sound) collections, undertake restoration work, and provide courses and cultural activities

Area: 5,000 square metres

Estimated Cost: R$ 20,000,000

Clients: Museum of Image and Sound/Rio de Janeiro State Secretary of Culture

Status:  Competition

 

 

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Varna Library, Bulgaria,
2015
 

Marina Loeb, Rodrigo Loeb & Caio Dotto

 

Design for the new public library in Varna, intended to house over a million volumes, as well as educational, research and working facilities, spread across a built area of 18,500 m2.  In addition to excellence as a contemporary library with cutting edge technology, the proposal also presented solutions to address the brief’s concerns that it would be an integrating part of the urban and cultural life of the city, with plenty of public spaces at ground level and public access to some of the facilities throughout the building.

Status:  Competition