Oscar Niemeyer stands as one of the most distinguished architects in the history of Brazil and a prominent figure in the global modernist movement. Following his passing in 2012, Niemeyer left behind a legacy of more than five hundred works scattered across the Americas, Africa, and Europe. Notably, Niemeyer distinguished himself by eschewing scholarly pursuits, showing little interest in theories, jargon, or clichés. His architectural creations were characterized by freeform, flowing lines that maintained a remarkable precision. While he held strong political views, unlike some of his Modernist counterparts, these convictions did not overtly manifest in his work. Niemeyer's overarching goal was simple and pure: to bestow beauty upon the world, a goal he undeniably achieved through his remarkable body of work.