AV 125: Oscar Niemeyer

Nakladatelství: Arquitectura Viva
Rok vydání: 2008
ISBN: 0213487X
Formát: 152 stran, ills colour & b/w, 24 x 30 cm, pb
Jazyk: anglicky, španělsky
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Considered one of the main figures of 20th century Latin American architecture, the famous Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer recently celebrated his 100th birthday. To celebrate this occasion AV has devoted a monograph to the master that summarizes his prolific and sometimes controversial career.


The Centenarian Master
Roberto Segre - Aesthetic Paradoxes of a Definitive Niemeyer
Carlos Eduardo Comas - Niemeyer, the Legitimacy of Difference
Farès el-Dahdah - Niemeyer Contemporary Architecture and Niemeyer

1936-1955
Another Modernity
Ministry of Education and Health, 1936-1943, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Brazilian Pavilion for the New York World’s Fair, 1938-1939 (United States)
Pampulha Complex in Belo Horizonte, 1940-1943, Minas Gerais (Brazil)
Ibirapuera Complex, 1951, São Paulo (Brazil)
Canoas House, 1953, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

1956-1964
The Urban Symbols
Alvorada Palace and Chapel, 1956-1957, Brasília D. F. (Brazil)
Metropolitan Cathedral, 1959-1970, Brasília D. F. (Brazil)
Planalto Palace and Supreme Court, 1958-1960, Brasília D. F. (Brazil)
National Congress, 1958, Brasília D. F. (Brazil)
Itamaraty Palace, 1962, Brasília D. F. (Brazil)

1965-1979
A Universal Oeuvre
Headquarters of the French Communist Party, 1967-1981, Paris (France)
Offices for Mondadori Editore, 1968-1975, Milan (Italy)
University of Constantine, 1969-1972, Algiers (Algeria)
Cultural Center, 1972-1983, Le Havre (France)
Labor Exchange, 1972, Bobigny (France)

1980-2007
Creative Reiteration
CIEP Tancredo Neves, 1984, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Memorial to Latin America, 1986-1988, São Paulo (Brazil)
Contemporary Art Museum in Niterói, 1991, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Oscar Niemeyer Museum in Curitiba, 2002, Paraná (Brazil)
Ibirapuera Auditorium, 2002, São Paulo (Brazil)

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