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En este video se reconstruye el célebre viaje a Oriente que Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (Le Corbusier) emprendió a la edad de veintitrés y veinticuatro años a través de Bohemia, Austria, Hungría, Serbia, Rumania, Bulgaria, Turquía, Grecia e Italia.

En este video se reconstruye el célebre viaje a Oriente que Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (Le Corbusier) emprendió a la edad de veintitrés y veinticuatro años a través de Bohemia, Austria, Hungría, Serbia, Rumania, Bulgaria, Turquía, Grecia e Italia.

Wooden shutter; half mural, half mirror so that when open, the mirror reflects light and the view into the cabin

half mural, half mirror so that when open, the mirror reflects light and the view into the cabin

Under Le Corbusier’s ‘Plan Voisin,’ the disease-plagued Marais would have been replaced by a gridded phalanx of 18 glass towers over several square miles—both stunning and terrifying.

Le Corbusier’s Plan To Overhaul Paris

Architect Le Corbusier, working on project for French ministry of reconstruction in his Paris atelier . Photo by Nina Leen

The chapel of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp. 1954. Le Corbusier. (Note: Not an earthen building but these windows would translate to adobe, or cob, even if perhaps at a smaller scale.)

Galería de Clásicos de la Arquitectura: Ronchamp / Le Corbusier - 1

The chapel of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp. (Note: Not an earthen building but these windows would translate to adobe, or cob, even if perhaps at a smaller scale.

Villa Savoye (split axo)

Axonometric diagram showing movement through space. This building exemplifies his 5 famous principles of modernist architecture: pilotis, free plan, free facade, roof gardens, horizontal (strip) windows)

cite radieuse marseille, Le Corbusier 1952

Colourful windows brighten up this hallway. We aren't sure if they used window film here, but it can be done.

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