A Machine For Living In

Le Corbusier (a Swiss-French architect) embraced functionalism, rejecting excessive nonstructural ornamentation, and favored the modern materials of concrete and steel in his structures. Free-flowing floor plans, column supports, flat roofs to accommodate gardens, and “stilts” were featured in many of the homes he designed. One of the great pioneers of modern design in architecture.

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One response to “A Machine For Living In”

  1. hannahchungdesign says :

    I really loved this post, Thank you 😀

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