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Indigenous Peoples Memorial, Buriti Plaza, Eixo Monumental, Brasilia: the circular courtyard shielded by a concrete canopy

RIBA40925
Niemeyer, Oscar (1907-2012)
NOTES: The city of Brasilia was planned and developed in 1956 with Lucio Costa as chief urban planner and Oscar Niemeyer as principal architect. It formally became the capital of Brazil in 1960 and is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government. The shape of this small cylindrical pavilion was inspired by the houses of the Yanomami Indians.

Swan Bells, Barrack Square, Perth, Western Australia

RIBA41115
Arup
NOTES: The tower, designed by Hames Sharley and engineered by Arup, houses 18 historic bells of London's St Martin-in-the-Fields, cast in 1724. They were gifted to the people of Western Australia by the UK to celebrate the Bicentennial. The building is so-called both because of its siting on the Swan River and because the symbol of Western Australia is the black swan.

Swan Bells, Barrack Square, Perth, Western Australia

RIBA41116
Arup
NOTES: The tower, designed by Hames Sharley and engineered by Arup, houses 18 historic bells of London's St Martin-in-the-Fields, cast in 1724. They were gifted to the people of Western Australia by the UK to celebrate the Bicentennial. The building is so-called both because of its siting on the Swan River and because the symbol of Western Australia is the black swan.

Swan Bells, Barrack Square, Perth, Western Australia

RIBA41117
Arup
NOTES: The tower, designed by Hames Sharley and engineered by Arup, houses 18 historic bells of London's St Martin-in-the-Fields, cast in 1724. They were gifted to the people of Western Australia by the UK to celebrate the Bicentennial. The building is so-called both because of its siting on the Swan River and because the symbol of Western Australia is the black swan.

Swan Bells, Barrack Square, Perth, Western Australia

RIBA41118
Arup
NOTES: The tower, designed by Hames Sharley and engineered by Arup, houses 18 historic bells of London's St Martin-in-the-Fields, cast in 1724. They were gifted to the people of Western Australia by the UK to celebrate the Bicentennial. The building is so-called both because of its siting on the Swan River and because the symbol of Western Australia is the black swan.

Swan Bells, Barrack Square, Perth, Western Australia

RIBA41119
Arup
NOTES: The tower, designed by Hames Sharley and engineered by Arup, houses 18 historic bells of London's St Martin-in-the-Fields, cast in 1724. They were gifted to the people of Western Australia by the UK to celebrate the Bicentennial. The building is so-called both because of its siting on the Swan River and because the symbol of Western Australia is the black swan.
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