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|The Engineer's Aesthetic and Architecture||9|
|Three Reminders to Architects|
|Eyes Which Do Not See|
|I||The Lesson of Rome||149|
|II||The Illusion of Plans||175|
|III||Pure Creation of the Mind||199|
|Architecture of Revolution||267|
Posted July 27, 2000
I had seen some of Corbusier's work and always thought it to be cold and undesirable because of his use of concrete as one of his main building materials. After reading his book, I began to see not only why he used concrete but also began to see his idea of how space should function. Towards A New Architecture explains Corbusier's idea of 'houses as machines for living in.' He gives three examples of modern inventions that are very efficient and inhabitable, ocean liners, airplanes, and cars, and explains how a building should meet the needs of it's inhabitants the way these examples do. Towards A New Architecture helped me appreciate architecture from a new viewpoint.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 14, 2009
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