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Jun 23, 2016 ... Then-President Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira ordered the construction of
Brasília. Lúcio Costa was named the main urban planner after winning a contest
to gain the privilege of designing the city. Oscar Niemeyer was the chief architect
of most public buildings and Roberto Burle Marx was the landscape ...
Brasilia is not only a planned city. It is a planned capital. Brasilia, the capital of
Brazil, was inaugurated on April 22nd 1960, in the central area of the country.
Just five years earlier, the area resembled a desert, with no people, scarce water,
few animals and plants. President Juscelino Kubitschek, who took office as
Brasília, city, federal capital of Brazil. It is located in the Federal District (Distrito
Federal) carved out of Goiás state on the central plateau of Brazil. At an elevation
of some 3,500 feet (1,100 metres), it lies between the headwaters of the
Tocantins, Paraná, and São Francisco rivers. Because of its unique city plan and
Through a national competition held the following year, an international jury
selected the entry by Lucio Costa (1902—1998) for the urban design of the new
city—the so–called Pilot Plan (Plano Piloto) of Brasilia. A crucial feature of
Costa's proposal was a sharp distinction between an administrative civitas of
Nov 24, 2013 ... Brasilia town planning. 1. -LOCATION -POPULATION -CLIMATE -TOPOGRAPHY
-CULTURE -MODERNISM -AIMS -COSTA'S NOTES -SECTOR FUNCTIONS -
ACCESSIBILTY -COSTA'S CONLUSION; 2. INTRODUCTION Brasília is the
federal capital of Brazil. Brasilia, the planned city of Brazil. It has ...
https://www.fastcodesign.com/.../bras-lia-and-chandigarh-symbols-of-Dec 7, 2012 ... No discussion of the life and work of Oscar Niemeyer is complete without Brasília,
the dazzling capital that sprung up in the Brazilian savanna in 1961. The
Brazilian starchitect who passed away on Wednesday, was responsible for the
project's crowning achievement: the monumental government buildings ...
Well into middle age, Brazil's once futuristic capital remains an impressive
monument to national initiative. Brasília replaced Rio de Janeiro as Brazil's
center of government in 1960, under the visionary leadership of President
Juscelino Kubitschek, architect Oscar Niemeyer, urban planner Lucio Costa and