Danica O. Kus has been photographing the unique buildings of legendary Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer who passed away in December last year. He was the last architect of the modernist era known for designing Brasilia and adding curves to strict lines. Inspired by his vision, sensual curves, expressive details, pure aesthetics… Danica wanted to lighten up the essence of constructed forms and poetry of his timeless architecture. The rhythms and proportions of white concrete lift up the spirit when walking through his buildings. It was her privilege to photograph the happiness of his modernist work.
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