A life devoted to architecture, until the last moment at the age of 104 years. A 'architecture as a means to achieve prosperity: "What matters is not architecture, but life, friends and this unfair world that we must change" and never lived as a job but as a pleasure "Architecture is a hobby, one of my joys: create form new and creative that reinforced concrete suggests, discover it, multiply it, insert it into the most advanced technique. This is for me to invent the show architecture ".
These are the words of Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida Niemeyer Soares Filho known as Oscar Niemeyer known as "father of Brasilia" the great Brazilian architect born in Rio de Janeiro on 15 December 1097, who died on 5 December last, 10 days before turning 105. , who left an indelible mark on the world thanks to his works, designing some of the most famous modernist buildings of the twentieth century and becoming a pioneer in the exploration of the constructive and expressive possibilities of reinforced concrete (working for several years with Le Corbusier).
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““ Pétrifications ”is a project that I already had in my mind by some, that I had the opportunity to develop while I was at university, and that allows me to reconcile my interest in design with my interest in literature. It takes inspiration from my experience as a reader, in fact every time I interrupted a reading I left the book, newspaper or magazine on the table or on the floor open to the page I had reached ".
These are the words of its author, the designer Krzysztof J Lukasik.
The "Barcelona" 1929 from a seat that has become an icon of modern design, was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe on the occasion ofBarcelona Universal Exposition, for the German pavilion (also by Mies van der Rohe). A symbol of elegance, refinement that gives a touch of class to every interior it furnishes, embraces a new challenge, that of adapting to the outside, while maintaining its timeless charm.
Can a single session, even if it is the ARMCHAIR BARCELONA by Mies van der Rohe, Become an icon? The symbol of a historical period like a building? And its design to be more complex than that of a skyscraper?
For an inexperienced eye, how can it be that of a casual tourist, and already full of the wonders present in the city of Barcelona, the little Mies Pavilion could remain undetected. Located in one of the most beautiful places in this city, with wide open spaces, green and extensive sports facilities, the neighborhood Montjuic, being in front of this small and square pavilion can surprise you. But if you delve into its true meaning the Pavilion that Ludwig Mies van der Rohe built for the Universal Exposition held in the Spanish city in 1929, is the third among the most emblematic works of the code-rationalist style, after the Bauhaus and Villa Savoye.
The National Center of Art and Culture Georges Pompidou, opened to the public on January 31 1977, is located in Paris in Rue Beaubourg 19, for this is known in French as Beaubourg. The building is the work of Studio Piano and Rogers.