Corbusier


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Corbusier

(French kɔrbyzje)
n
(Biography) Le. See Le Corbusier
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A seminal work of architectural photography and an enduring celebration of a master architect, "Le Corbusier: The Complete Buildings" is unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, and academic library Architectural History collections in general, and Le Corbusier supplemental studies lists in particular.
Le Corbusier visito por primera vez el lugar el 20 de mayo de 1950.
The proposal of the museum to ICOMOS was made both by the Japanese government and the Paris-based Fondation Le Corbusier, whose aim is to preserve the renowned Swiss-French architect's legacy.
So declared Le Corbusier in his revolutionary 1923 book Towards a New Architecture, thereby providing the burgeoning modern movement with one of its most famous maxims.
The work of architect Le Corbusier has been added to the World Heritage List thanks to the joint action and cultural cooperation of Argentina, Germany, Belgium, India, Japan, Switzerland, and France.
The new sites added to the list designated by the World Heritage Committee of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) include the transnational serial site of the Architectural Work of Le Corbusier, an Outstanding Contribution to the Modern Movement, along with the Antigua Naval Dockyard and Related Archaeological Sites in Antigua and Barbuda, the Pampulha Modern Ensemble in Brazil, and the Khangchendzonga National Park in India.
L'œuvre de l'architecte franco-suisse Le Corbusier (1887-1965) a ete inscrite, hier, au Patrimoine mondial de l'Humanite par l'Unesco, reunie en session annuelle a Istanbul, a annonce l'Organisation des Nations unies.
UN cultural agency UNESCO will gather in Istanbul on Sunday to review candidates to join its prestigious World Heritage List, ranging from 350-million-year old fossils to works by Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier.
Voyage Le Corbusier: Drawing on the Road belongs in any collection serious about architecture and gathers sketchbook drawings and watercolors from Charles-Edouard Jeannert, a student whose works gave him the name of Le Corbusier.
This text traces the early travels (1907-1911) of influential architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, otherwise known as Le Corbusier.
Le Corbusier is a name that holds almost as commanding a presence as the buildings the man designed.