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Posted 11.12.13 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Zeuler R. M. de A. Lima: Lina Bo Bardi and the Architecture of Everyday Culture



Lina Bo and P. M. Bardi house in Morumbi, São Paulo, 1949–52, view from the northeastern side showing main glazed volume. [Photo by Nelson Kon]

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Lina Bo Bardi and the Architecture of Everyday Culture
On Places, Zeuler Lima recounts key moments in the prolific but under-appreciated career of the Italian-Brazilian modernist Lina Bo Bardi, and offers a slideshow of significant projects.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Zeuler R. M. de A. Lima is an architect and associate professor of history, theory, and design at the School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis.
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