In the residential area, she has a number of built houses, such as the Minimum House and House Rio Bonito. These projects are remarkable for their integration with the natural landscape. Juaçaba also has works that include other typologies, such as the development of historical museums related to native Brazilian art and the Pavilion of Humanity project, temporary work developed for the Rio + 20 event, which stood out for the adequacy to the sustainable development context occasion. In 2013, the architect was awarded with the prize ArcVision - Women and Architecture.
Country of origin: Brazil
Education: Saint Ursula University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Places of professional performance: Brazil
2007 – Varanda House, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
2012 - Pavilion of Humanity, Rio de Janeiro – Brasil
Curiosities: Borned in 1976, in Brasil, Carla Juaçaba graduated in architecture in the city of Rio de Janeiro, where she has been working with internationally recognized projects.