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|When Brazil Was Modern: A Guide to Architecture, 1928-1960|
Author: Lauro Cavalcanti, Jon M. Tolman (translator)
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
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|ArchitectureWeek A comprehensive guide to modern Brazilian architecture: over 125 projects designed between 1928 and 1960, by such masters as Oscar Niemeyer and Paulo Mendes da Rocha, with commentary on aesthetics and social underpinnings.|
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