The event is the latest in the brand’s cultural exchange series, The Square
On Wednesday 24th May, Bottega Veneta will celebrate Brazilian culture with a unique artistic program hosted at Lina Bo Bardi’s Casa de Vidro (Glass House) in São Paulo.
The Square São Paulo is the latest in the brand’s cultural exchange series, The Square, first introduced in Dubai in 2022, followed by a second installment in Tokyo. Under the Creative Direction of Matthieu Blazy, the series brings together artists, guests, and the public in immersive, site-specific events that inspire curiosity and dialogue, and champion Bottega Veneta values of craft, creativity, and self-expression.
The Square São Paulo will mark Bottega Veneta’s 10-year anniversary in Brazil. Curated with Mari Stockler, the event evolves beyond the custom square structures of Dubai and Tokyo to the square form and lush setting of Casa de Vidro, a landmark of Brazilian modernism. Through the 11-day program, artists and artworks from across Brazil will come together to honor the legacy of Italian-born Bo Bardi, explore her interaction with Brazilian culture, and celebrate Brazilian creativity in all its forms.
“Casa de Vidro is one of my favorite places. It’s a real inspiration to meet here with artists from across generations, across disciplines, and across Brazil to celebrate Lina Bo Bardi’s legacy and the richness of Brazilian culture. Bottega Veneta is all about timeless style. With The Square São Paulo, we recognize how Lina’s ideas and aesthetics resonate to this day, always reminding us of the transformative power of design and culture.” Matthieu Blazy