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This thread is for any modernist building from the mid '40s to the mid '70s! This includes functionalism, expressionism, googie, and other styles considered 'modern' in this time period.

Lake House, Issaquah, Washington, USA (1963)
Architect: Unknown






Nakoma Residence, Dallas, Texas (1951)
Architect: Howard R. Meyer













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Thank you for making this thread! I love this style. I would sure like to see similar styling in nowadays like cars, home, skyscrapers, and furniture.
 

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Bank of Georgia Headquarters, Tbilisi, Georgia (1975)
Architects: George Chakhava, Zurab Jalaghania









Congreso Nacional, Brasilia, Brazil (1960)
Architect: Oscar Niemeyer








Cathedral of Brasilia, Brasilia, Brazil (1970)
Architect: Oscar Niemeyer




 

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God bless Saarinen and Niemeyer! They were the true master of MCM...

Oscar's Canoas house, in Rio de Janeiro (1953)











Cavanelas house, Pedro do Rio (RJ) 1954:







Leonel Miranda House, Rio de Janeiro 1953:





Bienal pavilion, Sao Paulo 1952-54





Hall of States (Ibirapuera), São Paulo 1952-54



Duchen Factory, Guarulhos 1950



And SO MANY unbuilt designs, which is available on facebook - Oscar Niemeyer Works

https://www.facebook.com/oscarniemeyerworks/photos_albums

Burton Tremaine house, Montecito CA 1947



First proposal for Ibirapuera auditorium:

 
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