Procrete

Artist’s impression of the Edificio Copan, Sao Paulo, Brazil (circa 1953).
This artists impression shows the original plans for Oscar Niemeyer’s landmark scheme which was built from 1957-66. To the left is a hotel block, which was eventually built to a slightly different design, and the curving building to the right is the apartment building. It is claimed that the residential building is the largest, by floorspace, in the world, and houses around 5,000 residents. View high resolution

Artist’s impression of the Edificio Copan, Sao Paulo, Brazil (circa 1953).

This artists impression shows the original plans for Oscar Niemeyer’s landmark scheme which was built from 1957-66. To the left is a hotel block, which was eventually built to a slightly different design, and the curving building to the right is the apartment building. It is claimed that the residential building is the largest, by floorspace, in the world, and houses around 5,000 residents.

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