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THOMAS CARPENTIER’S “L’HOMME, MESURES DE TOUTES CHOSES” by fosco lucarelliarchitecture, illustrations, information graphics, politics, psychogeographies, satire, visions Thomas Carpentier’s graduation project at ESA questions the normatization of the human body proportions introduced by early Modernist Architectural manuals such as Neufert‘s, or the “Architectural Graphic Standards” or by the anthropometric scale of proportion devised by Le Corbusier with the name of Modulor.

Palais de justice (1952.) de Chandigarh - India. Réalsation de Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris - 1887-1965) architecte, urbaniste, décorateur, peintre, sculpteur et homme de lettres, suisse de naissance et naturalisé français en 1930. Voir l'ensemble du bâtiment

Le Corbusier – Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris (1887-1965) | La maison-atelier du Amédée Ozenfant | Avenue Reille, Paris | 1922 | Il s'agit de la première structure que Le Corbusier a construit à Paris.

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AD Classics: Ronchamp / Le Corbusier

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MoMA | The Collection | Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret). Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Haut, Ronchamp 1950–55. 1950–1955

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Mario Palanti: Architect of Rome's Skyscraper That Never Was

© Adam Nathaniel Furman. His ongoing project, entitled The Roman Singularity, seeks to explore and celebrate Rome as “the contemporary city par-excellence” – “an urban version of the internet, a place where the analogical-whole history of society, architecture, politics, literature and art coalesce into a space so intense and delimited that they collapse under the enormity of their own mass into a singularity of human endeavour.”

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Le Corbusier: I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster and leaves less room for lies.

“I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster and leaves less room for lies.” Le Corbusier