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  • towards a new architecture

    towards a new architecture
    1923

    the first major book by LE CORBUSIER, towards a new architetcure collects a series of articles originally written for his own avant-garde magazine, l’esprit nouveau. he writes about his technical and aesthetic theories, regulating lines, rome, mass produced homes, and revolution. full of amazing observations and provocations such as “the house is a machiine for living,” “the time is ripe for construction not tomfoolery,” “architecture is stifled by custom, it is the only profession in which progress is not considered necessary,“ a cathedral is not very beautiful,” and “to send architecture students to rome is to cripple them for life.”

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