1972 (São Paulo, Brazil)
A founder of the Paulista School, Vilanova Artigas built works characterized by the combination of structural power and social commitment.
As is generally true for the best architecture produced in São Paulo, Lina Bo Bardi’s oeuvre takes flight at a moment in time when Brazilian architecture ceased to be focused on by other countries. This turning point occurred in the 1960s after the n
Born a hundred years ago, Bo Bardi found in the cultural life of Brazil the humus of an at once festive and socially committed architecture.
The oeuvre of Paulo Mendes da Rocha can be assessed through three buildings. The projects, separated by a thirty-year interval, all won public competitions. This is the case of the Paulistano Athletic Club Gymnasium (1958), in São Paulo; the Brazilia
Marcada por la obra de Niemeyer y Mendes da Rocha, la arquitectura brasileña del último medio siglo recoge las grandes transformaciones sociales y económicas del país.