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Visiting this unique artist's monumental studio is a must at any visit to Recife! Francisco Brennand was born in 1927 and only in 1971, when he was already 44 years old, he started rebuilding the old brickworks of his family. From ruins he created one...More
Francisco Breannand is a local artist that created a beautiful place with different kinds of objects also created by him. He inherited a plant of bricks and tiles from his father. The place is close to Capibaribe river and surrounded by original Atlantic Forest and...More
We visited the place on a very rainfull day. It was a long drive and far out of city. The Oficina was like entering a fantasy world. An extreme amount of ceramics and really inspiring wall decoration. The kids got a bit bored in the...More
The Brennand family is quite prominent in Pernambuco. In the office, we see the works of ceramics by which Francisco Brennand became known. They are oval forms, which merge into mythological beings and animal and phallic forms. But Francisco does not stop there, in the...More
I went with family - age from 1 to 80! They all loved it.
The place is amazing and art is everywhere.
If you are going from Recife, negotiate the price with a taxi driver and ask him to wait for you.
We had the...More
This Studio holds many of the fabulous works of art by Franscisco Brennand and roaming around the vast area was an amazing experience. There is a small coffee shop, gift shop and toilet facilities on site.
I visited Francisco Brennand's studio as part of a shore excursion from Recife. Francisco Brennand is a contemporary sculpture artist in Brazil. His studio is set in an old roofing ceramic tile factory that belonged to his father Ricardo. This studio is quite large with...More
I don´t remember if they have, but they certainly they can keep your luggage in the front desk (taking with you your valuable itens with you and using padlocks in the luggage (clothes), I think it is fine. Just don´t leave... More
I don´t remember if they have, but they certainly they can keep your luggage in the front desk (taking with you your valuable itens with you and using padlocks in the luggage (clothes), I think it is fine. Just don´t leave valuable itens there.