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Le corbusier

Collection by Chirila Madalina

Chirila Madalina
@thisbrutallife Chandigarh India Le Corbusier North And South America, Le Corbusier, Chandigarh, Brutalist, World Heritage Sites, Modern Architecture, Buildings, Construction, India

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Modern Architecture Design Inspiration: Modernist Palace of Assembly in the Indian city of Chandigarh designed by Le Corbusier Le Corbusier Architecture, Art And Architecture, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier Chandigarh, Tokyo Ville, Villa Savoye, Guggenheim Bilbao, Brutalist Buildings, Brutalist Design

Mimariye damga vuran bir dev: Le Corbusier | homify

Şimdi isterseniz 1965 yılında kaybettiğimiz İsviçreli-Fransız mimarın dikkat çekici eserleri arasında bir gezinti yapıp onu yeniden tanıyalım.

Le Corbusier- Five points of architecture as seen in the Villa Savoye. Berlin Architecture, Le Corbusier Architecture, Modern Architecture Design, School Architecture, Villa Savoye Plan, Design Bauhaus, Architecture Presentation Board, Architectural Presentation, Famous Architects

The architectural imagination (2): enter technology

Second post (first) on the edX MOOC from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. According to edX 25K people engaged with the course in week 1, 80% from outside the US (23% from Brazil), with ov…

La Villa Savoye by Le Corbusier in Poissy, France was designed to be a machine for living, but lacks integration into its context. Le Corbusier, Bauhaus, Art Et Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Poissy France, Villa Savoye, Pierre Jeanneret, Famous Architects, Modern Architects

La Villa Savoye de Le Corbusier (1928-1931), Poissy - classée en 1965 (premier classement du vivant d'un architecte)