Márcio Kogan

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Studio MK27

Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan describes his start in architecture and his... More

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‘This was not my dream’- Redux House, by Studio MK27

A film by Pedro Kok & Gabriel Kogan, for the 14th Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Pedro Kok / www.pedrokok.com.br Gabriel Kogan / www.cosmopista.com More

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The Power of Focus in a Tough Market

Chasing every project may seem wise in a tight economy. But smart firms specialize... More

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Morale Will Improve

As the profession faces a coming talent shortage, can a friendlier culture help a firm's bottom line? More

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An Architect's Fees: What's Your Time Worth?

In the first article of a three-part series on how much architects should charge for architectural fees, we learn why the fixed-fee model has the most traction—not that it's easy to calculate. More

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The Virtues of Being a Midsize Firm

When it comes to managing firm growth, several practices across the country say that hugging the middle has its benefits, boom or bust. More

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austerity powers

Normally, Kogan would have extended the rich wood floors from the rest of the house into the master bathroom, “but in this case,” he says, “the clients wanted sterile and extreme.” What they got was a polished, durable oasis of white Brazilian marble that nearly blankets the room without overpowering it. More

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brazilia familiar

São Paulo, Brazil, native Márcio Kogan loves the cacophony of his hometown. The spirit of diversity that permeates this South American city allows the architect to peddle his unabashedly modern designs without fear of offending anyone. In fact, not a single eyebrow is raised (except in admiration) when one of his self-described “bold, classic, contemporary” houses goes up in São Paulo's tightly knit residential areas. More


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