Synopses & Reviews
Fernando Luiz Lara investigates how and why modern architecture became so popular in his native country, tracking the path of the dissemination as well as the economic, cultural, and political conditions that made it possible. He views it as a direct extension of the optimism and relative stability that spread throughout the country beginning in the 1950s.
About the Author
Fernando Luiz Lara is assistant professor of architecture at the University of Michigan.