Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.
Modernist Pavilion by Eduardo V. Flores
August 22nd, 2012 by Sumit Singhal
Article source: Eduardo V. Flores
Starting very early cultural production aimed at the promotion of a genuinely Brazilian Architecture, Eduardo deepened in the areas of Design, Architecture and Arts, rescuing several fundamental characteristics of Brazilian Modernism of the 40s. Based on School Carioca, a national style of architecture internationally called Brazilian Style, the artist brings out the whole spirit of that era combining an invigorating nostalgic architecture to what is most modern and sustainable building processes. In defense of a truly Brazilian style, Eduardo has raised questions among academic students of Architecture and managed to change the view of students who had a predilection for international styles and achieved more followers of his vision \”Neo-Modernist\”.
\”Our architecture is a moment of splendor International serving as inspiration for many foreign architects as our younger professionals are inspired by what is done outside. There is an inconsistency. Work upon a philosophical and cultural continuity that has as main goal the awareness of new professionals, valuation of assets and a Brazilian identity. \”
Having received praise from renowned modernist architects, including the architect and art critic Italo Campofiorito that defined their project as \”a uniquely Brazilian,\” Eduardo added: \”We need the vision of this production expanded, so that people understand that it is possible to do a more advanced rescue techniques and adaptable. If the symbol of modernity today is to be sustainable and environmentally friendly, ‘I propose that we use the data in the modern aesthetic of yesterday, to produce the modern tomorrow. \”
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