Rabu, 23 September 2009

National Museum, Brasilia Brazil


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Oscar Niemeyer designed the Biblioteca Nacional de Brasília in the Complexo Cultural da República of Brasilia, completed in 1999.

It contains a stack of 300,000 records, study rooms, and an auditorium. The National Museum of the Republic (Museu Nacional da República) stands next to it. The minimalist white shapes gesture gently in a very simple and modern structure. Rather than windows, views from the building are seen through large screens and large-scale apertures.

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