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Marcio Kogan

Marcio Kogan (°São Paulo, March 6, 1952) a Brazilian filmmaker and architect and founder of the studio MK27 as it was renamed in 2001 (originally founded in 1980).

The son of engineer Aron Kogan (1924–1961), a designer and contractor of several major skyscrapers of 1950s–1960s São Paulo such as Edificio São Vito and Edificio Mirante do Vale, he graduated from the Mackenzie Presbyterian University School of Architecture and Urbanism in 1976. Kogan’s early career was split between cinema and architecture, usually in partnership with former Mackenzie classmate Isay Weinfeld. In 1988, the duo produced the feature film Fire and Passion, and, between 1995 and 2004, did 5 exhibitions together about architecture and humor.

In 2001, Kogan’s practice changed its name to Studio MK27 and has since gained greater international projection, with projects in Peru, Uruguay, Chile, the United States, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, India, Israel, and Indonesia. Its portfolio also includes interiors, product design, and furniture design. In 2012, Studio MK27 was selected to represent Brazil at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, exhibiting at the national pavilion curated by Lauro Cavalcanti.