Hello and thank you all!
Yes, the concrete is indeed quite present in Brazilian modern architecture, and can be seen everywhere here, in homes, buildings, museums, universities. The building in the photo is part of a cultural center built on old industrial warehouses.
I just finished a workflow that goes from the large negatives to the printer, but am already planning on manual processing and contact printing. It's a joy to have these two worlds.
The scanner is actually able to do a very good read of the colors present in the negative, and indeed provides very sharp images. The process is very labor intensive, but I think it's worth it.
The last 16 images in my page are digital (mainly m8), the other 4 color images were taken with Fuji 160s (sítio, ccsp) and Provia (poça, Cláudia).