Jack Chang / MCT
December 8, 2007
Oscar Niemeyer, the Brazilian architect famous for his modernist designs, died this month at the age of 104. During his long career, he worked on many notable projects, including the planned capital city of Brasilia and the United Nations headquarters in New York. He received the Pritzker Prize in 1988.
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