Rosa Grena Kliass

  • Reurbanization of Vale do Anhangabaú – SP (1981)

  • Park  Halfeld – Juiz de Fora – MG (1979)

  • (Mariano Procópio Park) Parque Mariano Procópio – Juiz de Fora – MG (1979)

  • (Abaeté Park) Parque do Abaeté – Salvador – BA (1992)

  • (Sculptures Park) Parque de Esculturas – Salvador – BA (1996)

  • (Residency Park) Parque da Residência – Belém – PA (1998)

  • (Dock Station) Estação das Docas – Belém – PA (1998)

  • Feliz Lusitânia, Forte do Castelo – Belém – PA (1998)

  • Pátios do Museu de Arte Sacra – Belém – PA (1998)

 

Curiosities: Rosa Kliass graduated in the Faculty of Achitecture and Urbanismo of the University of São Paulo in 1955 and did her master thesis also there in 1989. She was directly influenced by the professor Roberto Coelho Cardoso when choosing landscaping as her field of work, winning several awards. She worked as a consultant in many state organs and published numerous projects national and internationally.

Her theoretical work also has great relevance, being author of the book “Urban Parks of São Paulo”, developed based on her masters thesis, presented in 1989 at the Faculty of Achitecture and Urbanism of the University of São Paulo (FAU-USP).

She is founder ande ex-president of the Brazilian Association of Landscape Architects (ABAP), founded in 1975.

 

 

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Country of origin: Brasil

Born: 1932

Died: -

Institution of study: Universidade de São Paulo

Acting places: Brasil

Architect partners: Burle Marx

Selected projects:

  • Preliminary Landscape Plan of Curitiba – PR (1965)

  • Green recreational areas for Sao Paulo Municipality (1968)

  • Study of green areas and open spaces of Salvador – BA (1976)

  • Landscape Plan of the municipality of São Luís – MA (2003)

  • Landscape Project of Avenida Paulista – SP (1973)

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