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.
The Lord of Thames Bank talks about Niemeyer and the architect's influence on the new Norton Museum of Art.
Paperhouses, a new open-source service for architectural designs, promises to make great architecture available to all.
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.