To illustrate the relationship between innovation, diversity and collaboration, the artist Eduardo Kobra - one of the world's best-known street artists - was invited to draw graffiti panels and murals at inovabra habitat.
The external wall, on the façade of Consolação Street is part of the series Ethnic, union of peoples and peace, which intends to value the ethnic and cultural differences in Brazil. The contemporary illustration of the artist features common people as protagonists, workers who contribute to the growth of the Country. He intended to portray those who are behind the scenes and who represent many, in definition of the artist himself.
Inovabra habitat entrance hall has another panel portraying characters like Lina Bo Bardi, Santos Dumont, Oswaldo Cruz, Tarsila do Amaral and Grande Otelo, icons of innovation and creativity in their fields.
Both panels connect to mix illustrious Brazilian and ordinary Brazilian, but all with the same importance and representing the races, the creativity and the workers of Brazil. In addition to being in line with inovabra habitat’s values and purpose, Kobra's artwork is also a contribution to São Paulo urban landscape.