ARTS & CULTURE

Interviews With Brazil's Leading Architects

06/16/2010 12:17 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The Brazilian architectural landscape may seem newly formed compared to that of Europe or Asia, but this doesn't stop it from being as diverse and multi-levelled as it is culturally rich. Combining the syntax of the different nationalities swept in by the tide of immigration over the past two centuries, the architectural language is intricate and incorporates everything from traditional local building techniques to colonial architecture and the legacy of the International Style.

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