The stately 1943 building of the former Matarazzo Maternity Hospital is home to the first Rosewood Hotels & Resorts hotel in South America. The interiors were created by renowned designer Philippe Starck.
The Mata Atlântica Tower, which adds to the Rosewood property, marks architect Jean Nouvel's debut in Latin America. An imposing and ambitious project enhanced by the out-worldly vision of its creator and the exuberance of Brazilian nature, a vertical forest rising 100 meters into the sky. Its numbers surpass any city standards, and the effect is a vertical continuation of an oasis amidst the urban landscape.
Jean Nouvel's project integrates the aesthetics of historic buildings with contemporary architecture, creating a symbol for the city that will last for generations.
The interiors created by Philippe Starck combine the best of world design with Brazilian history and culture. Starck was invited to immerse himself in this culture and to create a quintessentially Brazilian ambiance through the choice of Brazilian materials, design and decor objects.
The spaces, carefully designed to exude elegance, refinement and sophistication, create a uniquely luxurious living space and a remarkable aesthetic experience. An exquisite project with ample lifestyle offers ranging from bars and restaurants with international cuisine to cozy terraces set among the lush tropical nature, swimming pools, a movie theater, music studio, spa, the largest event room in São Paulo and even a consecrated chapel that will hold daily masses and weddings.