Transamerica Executive Faria Lima
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... was, the buildings that it comprised weren't exactly our definition of 'pretty.' One of its tallest buildings was a startlingly ugly and plain looking office building, with bricks filling various windows evident from the ground and air conditioning units attached all over the fašade. Although the neighbouring Edificio Copan building designed by Oscar Niemeyer (famous architect who also designed much of the country's capital's buildings in Brasilia) was striking to look at, and so big ...