Le Corbusier

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

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It has long been known that Le Corbusier had links with France's Nazi-backed government which ruled his homeland after the country's surrender to the invading Germans during the 1939-45 war.
Together with problems with the site's soil conditions, the expense finally put a stop to its progress in 1965 and Le Corbusier died some seven months later.
The show's organizing theme is landscape, and although I have not looked at many of his projects from this perspective before, Le Corbusier certainly engages landscape through the scale of some of his urban projects (such as his work for the city of Chandigarh, India) or the siting of his villas (the Maison Blanche in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, completed in 1912, comes to mind).
Like some of the greatest of his generation, such as German-American Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier had little formal architectural training.
WAREHOUSE WONDER: An artist's impression of the interior of a converted apartment MODEL REDEVELOPMENT: The dockland warehouse, based on the principles of French architect Le Corbusier, inset, right, will feature 335 apartments once work is complete
Detailed introductions to each building are provided by Le Corbusier specialist Sbriglio (Ecole nationale superieure d'architecture de Marseille-Luminy).
devised, based again on the principle of the Modulor), correspondence between Xenakis and Le Corbusier regarding the Olympic Stadium in Baghdad, Xenakis's formulation of a "climactic grid" to permit "the enumeration, coordination and analysis of the climactic conditions of a place" (p.
Whatever urban planners may believe, Le Corbusier has an enduring importance that no architect--or city-dweller--can afford to ignore.
14 (ANI): Not many people may know that modern-day Chandigarh city, mostly designed by Swiss born French architect and planner Le Corbusier, also has a pre-historic past.
Le Corbusier is an amateur architect and professional painter,' Fernand Leger once remarked.
There was a lot of criticism of Le Corbusier in the 90s, particularly of his urban planning and housing blocks, but in the last few years there has been a growing interest in his work," says Mateo Kries, one of the exhibition's three curators.
This examination will investigate the temporal nature of this processional ramp and its formal origins in--and significant break from--the work of two of the modern architects that the Iraqi-born, London-based Hadid admires: Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright.
While being a record of the deliberations at a particular event, it also seeks to orient the discourse regarding the future conservation of Chandigarh's built heritage, especially the work of Le Corbusier.
The developers took the name "greenbelt" from the ideal of the same name used by the famous architec, Le Corbusier, who believed that artificial, man-made elements in the metropolis should be integrated with the environment.