Until his death at 104, Oscar Niemeyer was a kind of unstoppable architectural force.
Over seven decades he projected around 600 buildings and transformed the urban skyline of cities such as Bab-Ezzouar, in Algeria, or Brasilia, a masterpiece in his native country.
With his flowing lines, Niemeyer gave dynamism to the contained forms of the Modern Movement. Instead of the austerity of straight lines, their structures wore sinuous and seductive lines.
With a large number of illustrations and descriptions of the most prominent projects of his prolific career, this book presents Niemeyer's unique vision.
Texts in Spanish.