Oscar Niemeyer is widely considered Brazil's greatest ever architect and is undoubtedly one of the key figures of the development of modern architecture. In a project covered by Surfer Today, Brazilian Skateboarders Pedro Barros and Murilo Peres were allowed to skateboard on some of the most iconic buildings and designs by the famous architect.
Pedro and Murilo skated there way through numerous buildings, including the National Congress in Brasília, the Contemporary Art Museum and Popular Theatre in Niterói, the Administrative City in Belo Horizonte, and House of the Canoas in Rio de Janeiro.
The guys look like they had fun skating all the different forms of transition and Pedro claims how he had dreams about skateboarding the structures since he was a child.
The simple fact that this project was allowed to take place highlights how skateboarding has become so much more accepted in communities worldwide. Hopefully we see more awesome and unique projects like this in the future.