Tucked within the chaotic urban fabric of São Paulo, this concrete home designed in the late 1970s was revived by architect Marcio Kogan of local firm Studio MK27.
The 270,000-square-foot Children’s Village, designed by São Paulo–based firms Aleph Zero and Rosenbaum, was selected by a panel that included Elizabeth Diller and Kazuyo Sejima.
The grandchildren of muralist Paul Werneck, who collaborated with Oscar Niemeyer and Roberto Burle Marx, restore a Rio de Janeiro terrace to its original, funky glory.
Without intending to, the trials and tribulations of the Olympics have revealed a potential, and radical, way forward for Rio de Janeiro.
The prolific designer skillfully blends Modernist influences with his Brazilian heritage in more than 150 products.
The celebrated Brazilian designer died Monday at 86.
An original body of work gains recognition in the world of architecture
Brazil is doing its best to make World Cup stadiums as functional and iconic as they will be eco-friendly
Brazilian architecture is devoted to Niemeyer. How does that effect the architecture of the country as a whole?
What could have been built if Niemeyer's carreer had been different? Two architects imagine the possibilities.
Later this month the 2012 Venice Architectural Biennale will come to a close, so perhaps now is a good time to reflect on this year’s theme of "common ground." I traveled to Venice in October to check out some of the…