Brazil's Modern Architecture (book review) Elisabetta Andreoli, Adrian Forty

200614: fascinating. beautiful. heartbreaking. sort of what the idea and contemporary actuality of Brazil means to me. chapter essay on São Paulo is clearest explanation of how this huge, disconnected, slightly horrific, maybe world-future, city came to be- and why this is not likely to change. and there is more to brazil than Brasilia, than modernism tropicale, than such a violently segregated economy and society...

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