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Louis XIV and the Louvre, Le Notre and the Tuileries, the Invalides and Versailles
and the Champs Elysees, all the gardens " a la frangaise " ; we now learn that
these are all German and the work of Germans ! But in the first place it seems to ...
The Tuileries. These three plans, that of the Palais-Royal district in Paris ; that of
the Tuileries and the Champs Elyse.es, and in the middle and to the same scale
a fragment of the " Contemporary City" demonstrate the radical change effected ...
A wide avenue with trees. cut by Le Notre through the woods on the rising ground
which dominates the Tuileries from the west, brought to birth the possibilities of
the future Champs Elysees, the glory of Paris of to-day and the only avenue ...
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Le Corbusier presents what he calls a technical solution to existing problems. In the 1920s, these problems were predominantly related to the advent of the motor car, and the need to replace what he ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
THE PACKDONKEYS WAY AND MANS WAY
A CONTEMPORARY CITY
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