Le Corbusier. Villa Savoye. 1929-31. Axonometric diagram showing movement through space. This building exemplifies his 5 famous principles of modernist architecture.

Villa Savoye; Le Corbusier

Axonometric diagram showing movement through space. This building exemplifies his 5 famous principles of modernist architecture: pilotis, free plan, free facade, roof gardens, horizontal (strip) windows)

Look at this beautiful mid-century wooden house designed by American architect John Lautner! Surrounded by forests, this asymmetrical architectural beauty was built in 1969 on a hill in the Santa Monica mountains just outside of Los Angeles.

Walstrom House

Asymmetrical Walstrom House, Santa Monica, CA, built in the late by architect John Lautner. All wood interior and exterior.

Ville Savoye, Le Corbusier.   Located in Poissy on the outskirts of Paris. Built between 1928-1930. It's been restored as a house-museum and is currently classified as a French National Historic Landmark.

Ville Savoye, Le Corbusier, Located in Poissy on the outskirts of Paris, Built between It has been restored as a house-museum and is currently classified as a French National Historic Landmark.

weissenhof house - le corbusier - 1927

LE CORBUSIER, PILAR DE LA ARQUITECTURA MODERNA

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