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    El Croquis 202: Bernardo Bader 2009-2019 is a monograph that explores the work of Bernardo Bader, an architectural practice based in São Paulo, Brazil. Founded in 2009 by Bernardo Bader, the firm is known for its experimental approach to architecture, use of innovative materials, and commitment to social responsibility.

    The projects featured in El Croquis 202 span the years 2009 to 2019 and showcase the firm’s versatility and range. From private residences to public buildings, Bernardo Bader’s projects are all united by a common thread of creativity, innovation, and a commitment to social impact.

    Experimental Approach

    Bernardo Bader is not afraid to experiment with new materials and techniques. The firm’s projects often feature innovative materials, such as 3D printing, recycled plastics, and natural materials. This experimentation creates a sense of excitement and discovery, while also challenging the status quo. For example, the House of the Future in São Paulo is a private residence constructed from 3D-printed concrete. The building’s innovative use of 3D printing creates a sense of lightness and dynamism.

    Use of Innovative Materials

    Bernardo Bader is also committed to using sustainable materials in its projects. The firm believes that innovative materials can be used to create sustainable and environmentally friendly buildings. For example, the Museu da Cidade de São Paulo in São Paulo is a museum constructed from recycled plastics. The building’s use of recycled plastics creates a sense of sustainability and social responsibility.

    Commitment to Social Responsibility

    Bernardo Bader is committed to using architecture to make a positive impact on society. The firm’s projects often address social issues, such as poverty, inequality, and climate change. For example, the Casa da Terra in São Paulo is a social housing project constructed from natural materials. The building’s use of natural materials creates a sense of sustainability and affordability.


    El Croquis 202 is a must-read for anyone interested in contemporary architecture. The monograph showcases the work of one of the most exciting and innovative practices working today, and it offers a glimpse into the future of experimental architecture.

    By exploring the work of Bernardo Bader, we can see how architecture can be used to challenge the status quo, promote sustainability, and make a positive impact on society.

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