Photographer's Note

The imposing buildings "Minas" and "Gerais", built to house the 18 departments and 25 public bodies, an alternative was the architect Oscar Niemeyer to the set of separate buildings as implemented in the Ministries, in Brasilia.

Each building with 240 meters long curve and total area of 116 square meters, was built as if they were five separate buildings. Construction was started from the center to the ends in a pyramid. While the central concrete slab next neighboring sectors began the next slab in progress. The other two sections at the ends then began to be constructed released. This solution has facilitated the work and agility to work.

The floor plan with large spans allowed bold and practical solutions for installation of the workspaces and living together.

These buildings are part of the Administrative City, a complex of Minas Gerais state government.

Source: www.comig.com.br

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