Masters of World Architecture : Le CorbusierMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: Masters of World Architecture A111Publication details: 1960 George Braziller, Inc. New YorkDescription: 126 pages plates, portrait 26 cmSubject(s): DDC classification:
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Le Corbusier was born in La Chaux-de-fonds, Switzerland In 1887. At the age of 13 he left elementary school to serve his apprenticeship as an engraver-carver at the local art school, where also studied art and architectural history. After world war one, with Amedee Ozenfant and paul Dermee, he founded L’Esprit-Nouveau, the avant-garde magazine to which he contributed chiefly his ideas on town planning. Some of these articles were included In his major book, towards a new architecture. His early work consisted mainly of individual vills, although his passionate interest was and still is city planning. This book also includes architect’s work, drawing, Bibliographies and illustration
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