Oscar Niemeyer, Brazilian architect, dies at 104

FILE - In this 2002 file photo, Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer sits during an interview in his office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to a hospital spokeswoman on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, famed Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer has died at age 104. (AP Photo/Andre Luiz Mello, File)Architect Oscar Niemeyer, who recreated Brazil's sensuous curves in reinforced concrete and built the capital of Brasilia on the empty central plains as a symbol of the nation's future, died on Wednesday. He was 104.