The Cachaca Museum was recently built in Brazil and done by the architecture firm Jo Vasconcellos. Interestingly, the building was completed in an all-blue color, which is not a usual choice when it comes to the shade of most structures.
DesignBoom states that "the implementation and spatial organization must significantly contribute to the transformation of the nearby urban context, redeeming the so wanted socialization and creating unexpected perceptions of the area according to the new public forum." As such the museum is meant to engage the population of the area, and add a much-needed dynamic to Salinas where the building is located.
Not only does the space look appealing, but it provides an engaging source of entertainment for visitors. Photo Credits: designboom
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