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French architect (born in Switzerland) (1887-1965)

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Con esta frase, Le Corbusier parece sugerir una mayor desigualdad entre las escalas de la colina y el edificio, entre la naturaleza y la arquitectura.
At this time the Swiss-French architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (1887-1965), popularly known as Le Corbusier, began to attract the attention of young Japanese architects.
Between the 1910s and the 1960s, Le Corbusier built seventeen buildings that contributed to the architecture and artistic movement of the 20th century, created a new architectural language and modernized building techniques while providing answers to new social and human needs.
The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier, an Outstanding Contribution to the Modern Movement, is spread over Argentina, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Japan and Switzerland.
The creations show the contributions of Le Corbusier to the Modern Movement that emerged after World War I with an emphasis on functionality, bold lines and new materials such as concrete, iron and glass.
Tucked into this group, perhaps appropriately, was the Philips Pavilion, an extraordinary hi-tech tent-like temporary construction made for the 1958 Brussels World Fair accommodating a giant screen showing a film made by Le Corbusier (soundtrack by Edgar Varese) on the history of humankind--the architect's typically biased and personal take on it.
Auto Business News-October 26, 2015--Renault launches Coupe Corbusier at a private event
Conozco solo dos casas de Le Corbusier, la casa La Roche (1923-1925) y la Villa Savoye (1928-1931), y, al mismo tiempo que sus espacios me resultan atrayentes, no me sorprende que quienes fueron sus duenos las encontraran dificiles de habitar.
Legendary architect Le Corbusier has been branded an "outright fascist" in a controversial book published in his native France
La totalidad de los colaboradores que se presenta en este numero estuvo trabajando en el 35 rue de Sevres en Paris, el despacho que desde el 18 de septiembre de 1924 ocupo Le Corbusier hasta 1939, en compania con su primo y socio Pierre Jeanneret, y hasta su muerte, el 27 de agosto de 1965, en solitario (fig.
Si la organizacion del cuarto de bano, la eleccion y la disposicion de sus objetos sanitarios son elementos que Le Corbusier estudia durante los anos 20, la evolucion que van a sufrir en su arquitectura aparece claramente reflejada en la serie de proyectos de la casa Citrohan (Fig.
Emerging from a yellowish mist, Le Corbusier gazes steadily back at you--his hallmark, owlish spectacles raised high on his forehead.
Colomina's theory that Le Corbusier's "attack" on the house--in 1938, without Gray's permission, Le Corbusier painted a mural in the living room--was a personal assault, not only on Gray but on her legacy, led Rault to examine the ways in which Gray's work reflected her sexual identity.
LE CORBUSIER'S LIVING VISION LE CORBUSIER was a pioneer of modern architecture.