By The Daily Beast
World renowned architect Oscar Niemeyer was 104 when he passed away Dec. 5, leaving behind a celebrated body of work. His style relied heavily on concrete and glass, but he was also known for implementing what he referred to as “sensual curves” into his buildings. Niemeyer, who worked until his death, helped design the United Nations complex in New York City and Museum of Modern Art in Niterói, Brazil. The Daily Beast takes a look back at his life and work.