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IN Le Corbusier's Book, Vers une Architecture,1 he set forth fully his general
conception of architecture, both on the asthetic and on the constructional side. It
is not altogether an easy book, yet the questions of which it treats are such as
car.□s acc%:to=:£C needs, and bring birs jot, recreation, beauty ar,□l r□eaxts .
JPV mu:t plant trces! B-t whether vc achieve the happy realization of a common
architectural measure, a pure " module " of architectural invention adapted to the
the longitudinal axis my composition takes on an architectural character ; the
hitherto dull lines of the corridor-street now become a series of prism forms which
give emphasis to the recesses or to the projections ; and the depressing fagades
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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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