Architecture Lina Bo Bardi

The museum was a “nothing,” a pursuit of freedom, a breaking down of barriers, a capacity to be free in the face of things.
Lina Bo Bardi, architect of the São Paulo Museum of Art, from “An Architectural Lesson”

bardi Photograph by Iñigo Bujedo Aguirre.

“Each new issue feels like a public report from many individual private spheres.” —Antoine Wilson

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Issue 23



Fall 2015


Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992) was a prolific architect and designer. Born in Italy, she emigrated in 1945 to Brazil and designed many public buildings there, including the SESC Pompéia and the São Paulo Museum of Art.


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