Le Corbusier Hardcover – Nov 2003
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Le Corbusier (Switzerland, 1887-1965) set up his studio in Paris in 1922, and designed houses that could be mass-produced to conform to a new machine aesthetic incorporating his trademark five points of architecture. During World War II, he started building the Unite d'habitation, houses which were a rejection of his earlier industrial forms.
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The two houses built for the families of Raoul La Roche and Albert Jeanneret (the architect's brother) were put up on an unusual north-facing plot of land, partially bounded by a cul-de-sac, which determined the height and vistas. Read the first page
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