Le Corbusier in His Own Words
AIA Gold Medal | Le Corbusier, 1961
Some forty years after his death Le Corbusier remains one of the most influential of architects, the most famous of the Modernists whose name is familiar all over the world.
This introduction for children of ten and over - but one that will fascinate architecture-minded adults too - brings to life the man, the architect, his work and the world in which he lived. The words are his own and with the accompanying photographs and drawings serve to reveal the philosophy behind his work. It is a book full of discoveries and surprises about one of the best known yet most enigmatic figures in the history of architecture.
By Antoine Vigne
Papadakis Dist A C, 2009
Hardcover, 48 pages
10.47 x 0.4 x 11.7 inches
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