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BRAZIL MODERN ARCHITECTURES IN HISTORY, - WILLIAMS, RICHARD J.
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[EAN: 9781861894007], [PU: REAKTION BOOKS], Architecture|History, 288 pages. 'With this unbiased though not dispassionate history covering the 1930s to the present, Richard Williams considers Brazilian architecture's modernity within an expanded framework of Brazil's cultural and political movements. In this way, he breaks through the frozen narratives of Brazilian history, questioning canonical definitions of modernity, and taking into account the complexities of this vast country. Brazil is a hugely welcome, refreshing and penetrating book.' - Ruth Verde Zein, architect and critic, Professor at the School of Architecture and Urban Design, Mackenzie University, São Paulo. Set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, Brazil's striking Modernist architecture has long garnered international acclaim. But these well-known works are not fully reflective of the built environment of Brazil, and in this volume, Richard Williams unearths the surprisingly rich and influential architectural heritage of Brazil. Spanning the period from the 1930s to the present, Williams focuses on key issues such as the use of historic architecture, the importance of leisure and luxury, the role of the favela as a backdrop and inspiration for development, the growth of cities, and the legacy of Brazil’s Modernist architecture. He examines the variety of Modernist works in Brazil, including those by renowned architects such as Niemeyer and Costa and many others, including Roberto Burle Marx, Vilanova Artigas, Lina Bo Bardi, the Arquitectura Nova group and Paolo Mendes da Rocha. Williams also focuses on more recent buildings by architects including Jaime Lerner, João Filgueiras Lima and Ruy Ohtake and considers the future of Modernist architecture in Brazil. From the designated world heritage site of Brasilia, a capital city that was planned from the ground up, to the installation work of artists such as Helio Oiticica, Brazil explores in depth the origins and complex meaning of Brazil's architectural Modernism. At a moment when the role of Latin America in global business and culture is growing in importance and attention, Brazil is an essential read for all scholars of architecture and Latin American history.

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Set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, Brazil's striking Modernist architecture has long garnered international acclaim. But these well-known works are not fully reflective of the built environment of Brazil, and in this volume, Richard Williams unearths the surprisingly rich and influential architectural heritage of Brazil. Spanning the period from the 1930s to the present. Set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, Brazil's striking Modernist architecture has long garnered international acclaim. But these well-known works are not fully reflective of the built environment of Brazil, and in this volume, Richard Williams unearths the surprisingly rich and influential architectural heritage of Brazil. Spanning the period from the 1930s to the present, Williams focuses on key issues such as the USE of historic architecture, the importance of leisure and luxury, the role of the favela as a backdrop and inspiration for development, the growth of cities, and the legacy of Brazil's Modernist architecture. He examines the variety of Modernist works in Brazil, including those by renowned architects such as Niemeyer and Costa and many others, including Roberto Burle Marx, Vilanova Artigas, Lina Bo Bardi, the Arquitectura Nova group and Paolo Mendes da Rocha. Williams also focuses on more recent buildings by architects including Jaime Lerner, Joao Filgueiras Lima and Ruy Ohtake and considers the future of Modernist architecture in Brazil. From the designated world heritage site of Brasilia, a capital city that was planned from the ground up, to the installation work of artists such as Helio Oiticica, "Brazil" explores in depth the origins and complex meaning of Brazil's architectural Modernism. At a moment when the role of Latin America in global business and culture is growing in importance and attention, "Brazil" is an essential read for all scholars of architecture and Latin American history. Books, Art, Architecture and Photography~~Architecture, Brazil~~Book~~9781861894007~~Richard J Williams, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Reaktion Books]

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Set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, Brazil's striking modernist architecture has long garnered international acclaim. But these well-known works are not fully reflective of the built environment of Brazil, and with this volume, Richard Williams unearths the rich architectural heritage of Brazil. Spanning from 1945 through today, the book examines Brazilian architecture beyond the works of renowned architects such as Oscar Niemeyer and the "Carioca" architects of Rio de Janeiro. Williams investigates issues such as the use of historic architecture, the importance of leisure and luxury, the role of the "favela" as a backdrop and inspiration for development, and the rapid growth of cities. From the designated world heritage site of Brasilia--a capital city that was planned from the ground up--to the installation work of artists such as Helio Oiticica, "Brazil" delves into the origins and far-reaching influence of Brazil's architectural modernism. At a moment when Latin America is of increasing importance in global business and culture, "Brazil"" "will be an essential read for all scholars of architecture and Latin American history. Brazil: Modern Architectures in History Williams, Richard J., Reaktion Books

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Set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty, Brazil's striking modernist architecture has long garnered international acclaim. But these well-known works are not fully reflective of the built environment of Brazil, and with this volume, Richard Williams unearths the rich architectural heritage of Brazil. Spanning from 1945 through today, the book examines Brazilian architecture beyond the works of renowned architects such as Oscar Niemeyer and the Carioca architects of Rio de Janeiro. Williams investigates issues such as the use of historic architecture, the importance of leisure and luxury, the role of the favela as a backdrop and inspiration for development, and the rapid growth of cities. From the designated world heritage site of Brasiliaa capital city that was planned from the ground upto the installation work of artists such as Hlio Oiticica, Brazil delves into the origins and far-reaching influence of Brazil's architectural modernism. At a moment when Latin America is of increasing importance in global business and culture, Brazil will be an essential read for all scholars of architecture and Latin American history.   Architecture Architecture eBook, Reaktion Books

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Brazil: Modern Architectures in History
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Williams, Richard J.

Titel:

Brazil: Modern Architectures in History

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9781861894007

80 illustrations of Brazilian architecture, looking at the origins and development of buildings, and the impact on art, film and culture.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781861894007
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1861894007
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: Reaktion Books
286 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,567 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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