Brazilian architect, João Batista Vilanova Artigasis is responsible for the early events in the modernist architecture of Curitiba. He left significant works in the capital - however, we are enamored with his residential work influenced by architects like Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier. In the late 1960s, homes such as the Berquo House in São Paulo, were approached with a more “pop mentality.”
We've scoured the designer's extensive archive collection to round up images of some of his most-loved architectural projects that pack a punch. Check them out by flipping through our slideshow below...