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Oscar Niemeyer's Brazil Lets Travelers Go Back To The Future

An architour of Oscar Niemeyer's Brazil is like a trip to Disneyland for aesthetes.
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An architour of Oscar Niemeyer's Brazil is like a trip to Disneyland for aesthetes. The great architect's work covers eight decades of history, from his first meeting with Corbusier -- alighting from the Graf Zeppelin in Rio in 1936 -- to the work of his modern day followers. Mark C. O'Flaherty the Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director of Civilianphotographed Niemeyer's most important landmarks in Brazil...

Oscar Niemeyer's Brazil