1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Brasil Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Pedro Paulo Bernardes Bastos

The Brazilian pavilion contained a coffee cultivation exhibit complete with panoramas and models illustrating the different phases of cultivation. Architect Pedro Paulo Bernardes Bastos designed the pavilion, which also included a coffee bar. A quite plain, almost domestic exterior has a fine centrally positioned semi-circular entranceway.

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