Collection: joão bragança

joão bragança learned how to use cardboard while studying architecture. he used it as a support to make mockups of his first projects. but it was during an internship in tokyo, with the architect kengo kuma, that he discovered the true potential of this material: “the japanese are using manual techniques of unparalleled precision.”

despite recognising cardboard’s extraordinary qualities, the author prefers to elect light as the real material his works are made of.
joão bragança