The National Congress Building of Brazil Was Design by Oscar Niemeyer in 1985, in the heart of Brazil’s Government, Brasilia.
As with much of Niemeyer’s Communist style, it is a cold and desolate design that rises like a deserted utopia in the midst of shantytowns and urban life.
When I think of Modernism, this project comes to mind. The twin towers are 27 stories and actually 5-sided in shape. The sky bridges cross the narrow negative space between them.