SHOPPING IN THE GREEN HEART OF SÃO PAULO
At the heart of Cidade Matarazzo, five historic pavilions are restored to their original splendor of early 20th century-style Tuscan architecture, to shape the most exclusive luxury, crafts and design district in Brazil.
The elegant pathways are interconnected by covered courtyards and luxurious gardens designed by Louis Benech, known for his work on the gardens at Versailles, among other projects.
Courtyards boast of unique retail spaces which carry a selection of brands dedicated to fashion, art and gastronomy. By design, the space strives to reinvent the concept of leisure and wellbeing and provide a unique shopping experience incomparable to any other place.
LUXURY AND BRAZILIAN CRAFTSMANSHIP
Charming Nano shops, envisioned by Groupe Allard, feature upscale crafts produced by Brazilian artisans and hand picked by experts. They offer up food, jewelry, decorations and fashionable wares. Occupying the adjacent promenades, they further accentuate Cidade Matarazzo as a destination for originality, authenticity, and high quality products that reflect the richness and diversity of Brazilian culture.
From Salvador’s ribbons to Trancoso’s colorful basketwork, Rio’s gold talismans, and Belo Horizonte’s delicious finger-foods, the Nano shops offer a taste and feel of Brazil’s authentic and unique keepsakes.
RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGES
São Paulo is among the top culinary destinations in South America and the newly minted Cidade Matarazzo follows suit. With multiple dining options for all tastes and roughly thirty spots to sample delicious dishes and treats in between activities, the complex offers up charming lounges and restaurants that boast of high-end cuisine and sophisticated interiors surrounded by lush courtyards. Everything anyone would need to truly enjoy la Dolce Vita. Pastry delicacies available in the main square are prepared by specialized maîtres pâtissiers and the cafes and restaurants in the yards are ideal for finding different styles of cooking without having to venture away from the pleasant and quiet ambience of the promenades.