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Like a volcano rising from the pavement this curved building designed by Oscar Niemeyer houses the national stage and a huge media library. There is a modern hand sculpture and water feature on one side
Our shuttle bus dropped us across from this modern looking building complex. One building looks like a volcano and is the concert hall. The other one that looks like a flying saucer is the library. The complex was designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, and...More
The Volcan, also known as the yogurt pot, is an amazing architecture by Oscar Niemeyer.
It looks so out of place in the straight lines of Le Havre's Perret.
Inside is an incredible public library and a really nice restaurant.
The shape of the building looks strange. Like a previous comment I thought it at the beginning to be a chimney of a plant, although not as symmetric. I do not know what is the significance of using such structure. However, it holds a good...More