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Corbusier

(French kɔrbyzje)
n
(Biography) Le. See Le Corbusier
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A more important concern I have is about the absence of a significant critical perspective on Corbusier (as well as his concrete) in the papers and discussions, in the light of our contemporary concerns with the ecological and psychological appropriateness of architecture.
Last fall he made underground, an hour-long work exploring the apparent apathy of contemporary youth facing the current war, in collaboration with Alex Timbers, a 27-year-old who directs the design-heavy theater company Les Freres 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.
It recently began offering the dog sofa, a luxury dog bed reminiscent of a Le Corbusier couch.
12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Design Within Reach , a nationally-recognized provider of distinctive modern furnishings and accessories, and Cassina SpA, a preeminent design leader and manufacturer of original contemporary furniture, today announced that DWR will offer Cassina's exclusive Le Corbusier designs, beginning later this month.
Two other Dillard siblings, Drue Corbusier and Mike Dillard, are also executives.
It was designed and created by one of the 20th century's most influential architects, Le Corbusier, in conjunction with two of his prodigies - Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret.
When asked about this, he said: "I am related to the architect Charles le Corbusier.
Le Corbusier born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland, in 1887, was one of the most influential and controversial architects of the 20th century.
When he met Huene, the German Horst was tiring of his apprenticeship with famed Bauhaus architect Le Corbusier.
1887: Birth of Swiss-born French architect & designer Le Corbusier
Le Corbusier referred to the lounger as a "Rest Machine".