Modern Architecture – TCXG 379
Modernism in South America and Japan/Postmodernism

Lúcio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer, Brazilian Pavilion, New York World’s Fair, 1939
Costa and Niemeyer, Brazilian Pavilion, facade facing interior court
Costa and Niemeyer, Brazilian Pavilion, exhibition gallery
Oscar Niemeyer, Copan Building, São Paulo, Brazil, 1951-57
Lúcio Costa, Master Plan for Brasília, 1957
Oscar Niemeyer, Plaza of the Three Powers, Brasília, 1958
Oscar Niemeyer, Senate and Chamber of the Deputies, Brasília, 1958-60
Niemeyer, National Congress Complex, Brasília, 1958-60
Niemeyer, Senate, interior, 1958-60
Niemeyer, Cathedral of Our Lady of Fatima, Brasília, 1959-70
Juan O’Gorman with Gustavo Saavedra and Juan Martinez de Velasco, Administration Building and Library, University City, Mexico City, 1950-53
Juan O’Gorman with Gustavo Saavedra and Juan Martinez de Velasco, Library, University City, Mexico City, 1950-53
Luis Barragán, Galvez House, San Angel, Mexico City, 1955
Luis Barragán, Egerstrom Residence and Stables, Los Clubes, Mexico City, 1968
Luis Barragán and Mathias Goeritz, Towers, Satellite City, Mexico City, 1957
Kenzo Tange, Peace Memorial and Museum, Hiroshima, 1949-55
Kenzo Tange, Olympic Gymnasium, Tokyo, 1961-64
Kenzo Tange, Yamanashi Press and Radio Center, Kofu, 1961-67
Philip Johnson and John Burgee, AT&T Building, New York, 1979-84
Michael Graves, Portland Building, Portland, Oregon, 1980-83
Charles Moore, Piazza d’Italia, New Orleans, 1975-79
Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, Wing, National Gallery, London, 1991
Michael Graves, Walt Disney Headquarters, Burbank, 1988-90
Kallikrates, Erechtheum, Caryatid Porch, Acropolis, 421-405 B.C.
Charles Moore and Arthur Andersson, Washington State History Museum, Tacoma, 1996