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Gregori I. Warchavchik April 2, - July 27, was a Jewish-Brazilian architect. Warchavchik was born in Odessa , Ukraine which was then a part of the Russian Empire. He graduated in and worked as an assistant to the architect Marcello Piacentini , later known as the main proponent of Fascist architecture in Italy. Warchavchik arrived in Brazil in In he and Lucio Costa established a joint architecture studio in Rio de Janeiro, and one of the designers in the studio between and was the then young architectural student, Oscar Niemeyer.

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Cannot find what you are looking for? Gregori Warchavchik has gone down in history as one of the key forces behind modernist architecture in Brazil. He migrated toBrazil in , and immediately made his mark in the world of architecture. The house is a stunning, stark composition of white cubic forms, considered very cutting edge at the time.

In , he designed a seminal building that housed the residence and art studio of famed Lithuanian artist Lasar Segall, who lived there until his death in Now a museum, the space has showcased artworks by the most important representatives of the Brazilian modernist movement.

Influenced by the Bauhaus, as well as by the then emerging trend of industrial design, Warchavchik began creating his own line of furniture as a complement to his architectural projects. Shop a selection of his most iconic pieces , re-edited by Etel. Please leave us your question and contact details, and we will get back to you very soon.

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Gregori Warchavchik

Cannot find what you are looking for? Gregori Warchavchik has gone down in history as one of the key forces behind modernist architecture in Brazil. He migrated toBrazil in , and immediately made his mark in the world of architecture. The house is a stunning, stark composition of white cubic forms, considered very cutting edge at the time. In , he designed a seminal building that housed the residence and art studio of famed Lithuanian artist Lasar Segall, who lived there until his death in Now a museum, the space has showcased artworks by the most important representatives of the Brazilian modernist movement. Influenced by the Bauhaus, as well as by the then emerging trend of industrial design, Warchavchik began creating his own line of furniture as a complement to his architectural projects.

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