Our friend and collaborator, designer Martin Žampach, paid visit to one of the most significant buildings of brazilian Modernism and took these images of the concrete jungle around.

Built by Oscar Niemeyer from 1952 to 1966, Edifício Copan, named after ancident Mayan city, is a residential megastructure. One of the biggest buildings in Brazil, Copan in downtown São Paulo has 38 stories and 140 meters.

The sensual curve of the building illustrates typical Niemeyer's organic approach to architecture in those years.