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Architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s Cause of Death at 92

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Many people are searching for Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s cause of death after the great architect passed away on Sunday, May 23, 2021.

Paulo Mendes da Rocha who was the creator of the current building of the Coach Museum in Lisbon, died this Sunday in São Paulo. He was 92 years old.

His daughter, Joana Mendes da Rocha, revealed the heartbreaking news by posting a simple photo on Instagram. His son Pedro Mendes da Rocha also reported that Paulo was hospitalized in São Paulo and passed away on Sunday, May 23, 2021.

Paulo Mendes da Rocha's Cause of Death is not Announced.
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Paulo Mendes da Rocha was born on October 25, 1928 in Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil. He was the winner of the Pritzker Prize, the most important architectural prize, in 2006.

He attended the Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie College of Architecture and graduated in 1954. He mainly worked in Brazil and contributed many notable cultural buildings to São Paulo.

He will be remembered for the great formative role he had.

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What is Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s Cause of Death? 

While many people are searching for Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s cause of death, there isn’t any official report surrounding his death cause at this time.

Although his daughter announced the sad news via an Instagram post, she has not released any statement on Mendes da Rocha’s death cause just yet.

US day News is working to provide more data and collect the latest details surrounding Mendes da Rocha’s death, so stay up with us.

Born in Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil, in 1928, he moved to São Paulo, where he graduated from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie College of Architecture in 1954.

Paulo Mendes da Rocha's Cause of Death has not been revealed.
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His career has been linked to the teaching of architecture. He was a professor of design at the Architecture College of the University of São Paulo from 1961 to 1999.

Mendes da Rocha’s works were influenced by Brazilian architect Vilanova Artigas. He received the Mies van der Rohe Prize in 2000, the Pritzker Prize (2006). Paulo also was the first Brazilian to receive the Venice Biennale, Golden Lion, for lifetime achievement in 2016.

He also received the Gold Medal of the International Union of Architects.

The great artist recently gave all of his professional collection to Casa da Arquitetura in Matosinhos. The best known of the Pauls arts is the Coach Museum in Lisbon. The Museum opened in 2015.

“For an architect, sometimes things have a brutality that other people cannot imagine. There is all the extraordinary lyric associated with coaches, with Neptunes and angels and gilders, they are beautiful, but they are coaches that weigh tons and are seven meters long,” the architect said when the project was presented in Lisbon.

“It is very different from wanting to accommodate 250-gram canvases. You need to put this business there, in that place,” he added.

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Reactions to Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s Death

Shortly after the tragic news of Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s death was released, many of his fans and friends revealed their sadness on social media by posting their touching tributes and sharing his photos.

“Rest in peace, one of the great masters of modern and contemporary architecture, and one of my greatest design references,” one fan wrote on Twitter.

“Sad to report the death of influential Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. At 92, it was a v creative run. He had this great eye for putting together the elegance of concrete against the exuberance of tropical greenery. It was a match made in heaven, where he now rests,” another fan tweeted.


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