Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer's signature style features futuristic round and curving designs. His formative experience came in 1934 when he joined a team of Brazilian architects collaborating with Swiss architect Le Corbusier on a new Ministry of Education and Health in Rio de Janeiro.
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