Oscar Niemeyer, the Brazilian architect considered as the last of the Modernists, died tonight at the age of 104. Born in 1907, the architect who built Brasília, was still working a couple of years ago and he was widely regarded as the foremost Latin American architect of the last century.

Rio de Janeiro, Contemporary Art Museum (Source One Week of Design)
Oscar Niemeyer, seen here in the dining room of his Rio home with his wife in 1950 
 (Source The Guardian, Photograph Haywood Magee/Getty Images)
Milan, Mondadori Group Headquartes (Source The Hour Lounge)
Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavillion (Source Plataforma Arquitectura, © Andrés Otero)