Pacaembu chairs: the sale in the store is criticized – 07/28/2022 – Daily life

Historians and designers criticized the sale of bleacher seats at the Pacaembu stadium in São Paulo. On Wednesday (27), furnishings store Tok&Stok put the seats up for sale on-line at costs starting from R$1,499 to R$1,799.

According to the firm, 673 orange and mango (yellow) seats in the stadium’s stands had been supplied by concessionaire Allegra Pacaembu, who gained the concession discover for the stadium in 2019 and is the present administrator of the area.

As acknowledged by the State and City Council of São Paulo, the interventions carried out on the stands had been approved by Condephaat and Conpresp, councils for the preservation of the historic heritage of the state and municipal administrations. The stadium is overturned.

Allegra says that the income from the gross sales will go to the Gol de Letra basis, a non-revenue group that develops initiatives for youngsters and younger individuals in the communities.

Historian Flávio de Campos, coordinator of the interdisciplinary core on soccer and sports activities at USP, criticizes the initiative.

“Putting Pacaembu chairs on the market is a mockery, it is a strategy of exclusion of the inhabitants. Leônidas da Silva, Pelé, Garrincha, Rivelino performed in Pacaembu, the historical past of Brazilian soccer passes via that area and plenty of of those chairs.” that are being offered in a furnishings store,” says Campos.

Member of the Municipal Participation Council of Sé and USP researcher, architect and concrete planner Stela Da Dalt says she was “stunned” by the sale of the chairs.

“It’s a non-public appropriation of a public asset. They say the revenue goes to an NGO, they offer it a social veneer and thus keep off criticism. But it is a personal entity, and every little thing in Pacaembu was paid for with public cash. revenue, who’s going to take a look at that?”, he asks.

They are promoting a bit of Pacaembu, and it is unhappy that the municipality itself is being careless.

Through an announcement, the Sports Department of the City of São Paulo stories that “there aren’t any authorized or contractual limits to the initiative [venda das cadeiras]”. He additionally says that originally the furnishings would have been rejected and that Allegra’s motion with Tok&Stok is “a socio-environmental initiative with the purpose of celebrating the historical past of soccer in the metropolis’s most emblematic stadium”.

Likewise, in an announcement, the City Government Secretariat says that the Pacaembu Sports Center intervention undertaking was permitted by Conpresp on December 3, 2020 and, in the permitted undertaking, there was a provision to take away the current chairs to put in them. information.

The folder additionally stories that “they don’t seem to be authentic parts, however seats that had been put in late in Pacaembu, in the Nineteen Nineties”.

As reported by the Secretary of Culture and Creative Economy of the State of São Paulo, the interventions in the stands had been additionally beforehand approved by Condephaat.

“The undertaking permitted by Condephaat envisages the demolition and reconstruction of the aspect stands, in addition to the removing of the current chairs, to put in new ones. This is a part of the undertaking permitted by the our bodies,” says the assertion.

Tok&Stok claims to have obtained 673 chairs from the Allegra dealership, of which 623 might be offered and 50 might be given to the gamers, and are attributable to be auctioned. The firm claims that the items underwent few interventions, resembling the placement of legs to optimize use, and that options resembling the authentic numbering and everlasting scratches had been retained.

The pre-sale is not accessible this Thursday (28). The store didn’t say whether or not the items had been offered on the web site, solely saying the chairs might be accessible for sale in a store in São Paulo beginning August 2.

Pacaembu concession undertaking researcher, Stela Da Dalt says, contemplating that the numbered and uncovered chairs in the orange and mango sector totaled 10,831 items, it is not potential to speak about the sustainability of the initiative, because it is solely 6% of the objects. won’t be rejected. According to him, the purpose is to make the chairs collectible.

“Selling it for R$1,500 is not applicable. The worth is there when it was Pacaembu, however solely for individuals who pays R$1,500 to R$1,800 per chair.”

participant assist

The director of Gol de Letra, Sóstenes Oliveira, says that the basis approached an promoting company, and for Tok&Stok he developed the “Original chairs from me, from you, from our Pacaembu” marketing campaign and the concept was accepted.

“They additionally requested us for assist in contacting former gamers, we talked to Casagrande, Raí and Zetti. They favored the concept, they knew that. [o lucro] It would return to Gol de Letra, it has that social side,” says Sóstenes. “Obviously, I thought of the complete story of the concession, however they’re various things. The chairs can be discarded.”

It is not clear how the former gamers will take part in the marketing campaign, however one concept is that the autographed chairs might be auctioned off.

Former Folha participant and columnist Walter Casagrande Jr. was at Pacaembu. He made his debut in the Corinthians shirt, 40 years in the past, in February 1982. He confirms that he agreed to take part in Gol de Letra’s marketing campaign, however emphasizes that he is “towards the destruction of Pacaembu”.

“They haven’t got to combine something, due to the custom and the historical past of the stadium in the metropolis. Pacaembu is the most beloved stadium of São Paulo followers, simple to get to, good to observe the sport. Sóstenes appeared for gamers. He had a historical past with Pacaembu, and I joined at his request, I’ve full confidence in Socrates’ household », says Casagrande, referring to the brothers Sóstenes and Raí.

“From the perspective of heritage care, I criticize [a iniciativa], however issues are taking place, why criticize? Let’s do one thing helpful.”


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