Oscar Niemeyer (Works & Projects) Paperback – 1 Feb 1996
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Oscar Niemeyer (Rio de Janeiro, 1907) began his career working as an assistant to the architect Lucio Costa, who introduced him to Le Corbusier. With more than 400 illustrations, this is the most complete study yet published on the work of one of the Brazil's most famous architects. Set out in ten chapters, arranged typologically, the book presents a selection of buildings and projects by an architect who has managed to combine the great tradition of his native Brazil with curvilinear forms, obtaining results that have frequently earned him the accolade of maestro.