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escritório de arquitetura

CV

Jose Luis Fairbanks
Architect

Born in Sao Paulo, 1964

Lives in Sao Paulo, works in Brazil

jl@fairbanks.arq.br

Education

 

2018 - MSc in Civil Engineering at Escola Politécnica of Sao Paulo University

2016 - Master Degree in BIM and Extreme Architecture - School of Architecture & Urbanism of Sao Paulo University (USP)

 

1983 - 1987 School of Architecture e Urbanism of Sao Paulo University (USP) 

According to the 2012 University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP), the University of São Paulo is the best university in Latin-America and 28th university in the world.

 

Undergrad

1982 - Santa Cruz High School , SP, Brazil

 

 

Work History

 

1999 - actual  Quadrante Construction Co., Sao Paulo/SP

(Branch construction company focused in projects, public and private civil works)

Commercial Director 

 

Main Clients served:

  • Alfa Laval Flow industries, Macae/RJ;

  • Agro Assaí industries, Sao Paulo/SP;

  • Akzo Nobel chemical industries/SP;

  • Meliá Hotels Beach Resort/CE;

  • Meliá Hotels Beach Resort/RJ;

  • Excelsior Mechanical Industries Co./SP;

  • Alphamed Trading Consulting Co./SP;

  • Mogi Shopping Center/SP.

 

1989 - 2001     Fairbanks Construction Co., Sao Paulo/SP

(Branch construction company focused on projects, public and private civil works)

Technical Director

 

Main Clients served:

  • Presidente Venceslau City Hall/SP;

  • Euclides da Cunha Paulista City Hall/SP;

  • Lawyers Association - OAB/SP;

  • CESP – Cia. Energética de São Paulo;

  • Anson Foundation Engeniering Co.;

  • Albert Einstein Israeli Hospital.

 

 

Other activities

Arts & Social Contributions

 

  • Author, along with Oscar Oiwa, of the wall painting on FAUUSP listed by CONDEPHAAT as national heritage, articles published in the magazine "Project" (Face Panel to Paulista FAUUSP 1985); It is about to be restored now, in July / 2015 in its 30 years anniversary.

 

  • Member of the NGO Architecture for Humanity, USA - active contribution by implementing philanthropic architectural projects for the entity to be used by governments and other NGOs in countries of poor or none humanitarian actions.

 

  • Partner Contributor to the French NGO Médecins Sans Frontières focused on the humanitarian medical aid in disaster areas, global disasters, and war zones.

 

  • President & Secretary of Rotary Club, 2003-2004

 

 

 

Publications

articles

 

  • Sao Paulo University (USP) Newspaper "FAUUSP mural painting restored after 32 years" - Ed. 1,074, page 12 ISSN 23577401, 2015

 

  • Magazine "Business Affairs GSP West Zone" (Sao Paulo Area) - Subject: "Panning for Real Estate Opportunities" - Ed. 15, page 15, 2006

  • Magazine "Business Affairs GSP West Zone" (Sao Paulo Area) - Subject: "Industrial Parks and Built to Suit sites and its future," Ed. 16, pages 26-27, 2006

 

  • Lawyers Newspaper (CAASP- OAB/SP) Subject: "Attorneys Now Have  a New Headquarter," Year 1, Ed. 4, Cover page and page 9, 2005

 

  • P. Barreto Newspaper "Electric Energy State Sao Paulo Co. (CESP) start up its new housing settlement plan," Year 24, Ed. 1,943, Cover page, 1996

 

  • P. Barreto Newspaper "Councilman Visits Site of CESP Works," Year 24, Ed. 1,996, Cover page, 1996

 

  • Magazine Architecture & Construction ", Andine Inspiration for a Campos, do Jordao House," Year 6, Ed. 6, pages 104-107, 1990

 

  • Folha de Sao Paulo Newspaper "Bahia and Ceara Beaches Will Receive New Leisuring Enterprise Targeting European People," Ed. of May, 13th, 1989, page I-10, ISSN 1414572, 1989

 

lectures

 

  • The Importance of BIM Modeling in Project Analysis, Campinas City Hall, Campinas, 2016

  • BIM Modeling Using Active3D, In Company Lecture for Strutec Projetos e Construções Co., Sao Paulo, 2014

  • Professional Qualification Course in AutoCAD, Macpoli Educational Franchising Co., Vinhedo, 2013

  • Teacher training for AutoCAD courses, Macpoli Educational Franchising Co., Vinhedo, 2013

Oscar Oiwa
Architect & Painter

Born in Sao Paulo, 1965

Lives in New York, works worldwide such as Japan, Honk Kong  Europe

oscar@fairbanks.arq.br

CV

Education

 

1983 - 1987 School of Architecture e Urbanism at Sao Paulo University (USP) 

According to the 2012 University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP), the University of São Paulo is the best university in Latin-America and 28th university in the world.

 

Undergrad

1982 - Arquidiocesano High School , SP, Brazil

 

 

Work History

 

Born in Brazil to Japanese parents, the artist is a native of Sao Paulo but moved to Tokyo, arriving just as the bubble economy burst, then London, where he spent a year, and finally, in 2002, after being awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship, relocated to New York where he currently lives and works.

 

Oscar Oiwa was born in 1965 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He lives and works in New York. He received the artist in residence award from The Delfina Studio Trust, London in 1995; in addition to grants from the Pollock‑ Krasner Foundation, Asian Cultural Council, and John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.

 

He has shown his works in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Tokyo, New York, Beijing, Hong Kong, Paris, Barcelona, among other places. He participated in the 21st  Sao Paulo Biennial (1991).

 

His works are housed in public institutions such as the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan; Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan; Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, USA; and Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, Monaco.

 

 

 

Other activities

Architecture

 

  • Author, along with Jose Luis Fairbanks, of the wall painting on FAUUSP listed by CONDEPHAAT as national heritage, articles published in the magazine "Project" (Face Panel to Paulista FAUUSP 1985); It is about to be restored now, in July / 2015 in its 30 years anniversary.

 

  • Jointly participates with the Arq. Jose Luis Fairbanks since 2010 on architectural projects, having a valuable contribution since his critical artistic vision complements the architecture itself as an art and form of human expression.

 

 

 

Publications

public collections

 

  • Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, EUA  

  • East Japan Railway Culture Foundation, Tokio, Japan                                       

  • Forever Museum of Contemporary Art, Akita, Japan

  • Fukushima City Hall Museum of Art, Fukushima, Japan

  • Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan

  • Hyogo City Hall Museum of Art, Hyogo, Japan

  • Ikeda Museum of 20th Century Art, Shizuoka, Japan

  • Mori Art Museum, Tokio, Japan

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokio, Japan

  • Niigata City Art Museum, Niigata, Japan                     

  • Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, USA

  • Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Takamatsu, Japan

  • The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokio, Japan                        

  • Toyota City Hall Museum of Art, Aichi, Japan

  • Utsunomiya Museum of Art, Tochigi, Japan

 

Detailed information at:

 

http://www.nararoesler.com.br/artists/54-oscar-oiwa/