For Le Corbusier, architecture meant functionalism – pure and simple in form

Better known by his pseudonym Le Corbusier, Swiss-born Charles-Édouard Jeanneret ranks among the most important architects of the 20th century. Le Corbusier was based in Paris, but as his reputation grew, so did his sphere of influence. He was commissioned to design buildings in several countries in Europe besides France, as well as in Japan, India, North and South America. Le Corbusier’s groundbreaking ideas about the “New Architecture” came to full expression in one of his most iconic works, Ville Savoye in Poissy near Paris.

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