Bienal Pavilion [1954]

Oscar Niemeyer

Imagery: Andrés Otero

Oscar Niemeyer’s heritage-listed Pavilion remains one of his lesser-know works despite its sizeable, reprogrammable sprawling spaces and iconic curvilinear forms. At 25000m² the Pavilion’s primary purpose is fostering the creative community extending to ‘fine arts, cinema, television, literature and publications, fashion, design, technology, tourism, sports, antiquities, gastronomy, advertising, and architecture, among other spheres of activity.’

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