LE CORBUSIER, HOMME DE LETTRES
Shows for the first time how Le Corbusier's voluminous output--books, diaries, letters, sketchbooks, travel notebooks, lecture transcriptions, exposition catalogs, journal articles--reflects not just a compulsion to write, but a passion for advancing his ideas about the relationship between architecture, urbanism, and society in a new machine age. Illus.
Publisher: Princeton Architectural
Item #: 592054X