Brazil’s Modern Architecture

Andreoli, Elisabetta
Publisher: Phaidon
Binding: Hardcover
Language: English
Pages: 240
Measurements: 25.00 x 29.00 cm

The most comprehensive survey and analysis of 20th-century Brazilian architecture, told by a new generation of critics and historians
Covering around 200 buildings and urban designs, key events and projects appear within a series of thematic chapters
Extensively illustrated with both archival black-and-white and new colour photographs, drawings and sketches
Offers a fresh reading of Brazil’s era of high-modernism in the 1930s-60s, placing it in context with regard to earlier and later architecture and broader changes taking place in Brazilian culture at the time
Charts post-Brasilia developments, including case studies of contemporary projects, showing the relevance of Brazilian architecture within the international scene

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