Tacoa Arquitectos constructed the Adriana Varejão Gallery in Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil. It was adjoined to the Inhotim Centro de Arte Contemporânea in 2004-2008 in order to host works of Rio de Janeiro native.
This museum consists of many pavilions located in a park of approximately 86 acres. The concept of the building consists is a spiral path that links two different levels of the park, passing from moments of contraction/passage to moments of expansion/exhibition.
The project was orientated in a way that could recompose the site’s initial topography by inserting on it an artificial element consisting in a regular block in reinforced concrete.