São Paulo: Annablume, FAPESP, 2002. b/w plates, meas. draws., plans, bibl., pict. fldg. wrps. (New). Item #69191
Architecture and study of the children's parks in São Paulo which emerged in the 1930's along side the valorization of leisure and modernism movement in the early 20th century in Brazil. The parks were built to be a place where Brazilian youth (especially troubled and/or abandoned youth) could play, exercise, learn discipline, be educated, and provide them with structure and sanitation.