Infographic anti-propaganda video of the sixty years old architectural complex CGJK, located in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
This amazingly huge building was designed by the brazillian architect Oscar Niemeyer in the fifties, as a Jucelino Kubitschek (at the time Governor of Minas Gerais) wish to create a luxury modernist milestone in Belo Horizonte history. The project went through several problems during the construction and ended up never having its original multifunctional uses. Today more than 5000 inhabitants live in the complex, among its 13 different flat models.
This work is an academic project by Bia Braz, Matheus Barreto and Paulo Barcelos for the Design School of Minas Gerais State University (UEMG). Oriented by Leonardo Dutra and Cris Nery.