«The struggle continues» a film about the last two years of Niemeyer was premiered recently. The Director Bernardo Mota Pinheiro has portrayed the last two years of the architect Oscar Niemeyer who died in 2012 at age 104. A journey through the history and habits of the Brazilian great. Follower and great promoter of the ideas of Le Corbusier, Niemeyer is considered one of the most influential figures in modern international architecture. He was a pioneer in exploring constructive and plastic possibilities of reinforced concrete. Among its main projects are the Contemporary Art Museum of NiterÑi, designed by architect at the age of 100, the Cathedral of Brasilia or the _Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Centre. Better known as Centro Niemeyer, this cultural complex located in Avilés (Asturias) opened in the spring of 2011, a year and a half before the death of the renowned architect. Following the instructions of Niemeyer, who led the project personally, Grupsa opening systems were installed at the main entrance to the museum and at the main entrance of the Auditorium of Niemeyer Center. The range Manual System Doors was selected in DIN 17660 quality brass materials with surface finish in aged brass, fittings and design adapted to the unique architecture of the building elements. The range of Grupsa Manual System is the system of manual doors of one or two sheets, designed for installations with high traffic of people. They include pivoting doors with hidden pivot system allow two-way opening door, maintaining user safety at all times. Once again, Grupsa shows that the quality of materials, manufacturing process and the excellence of a well done work are the best introduction to participate in high level projects with renowned architects like the legendary Oscar Niemeyer. Image: Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Centre, Avilés (Spain) Contact: news@grupsa.com