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27 August, 2009By Meredith Hull
Read the AJ’s original verdict on Le Corbusier’s Dominican Monastery in this article published in the AJ on October 20, 1960.
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Source: the Architects’ Journal, 1960, October 20, P567 - 576
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John McKean2 September, 2009 1:52 pm
A fascinating pleasure to read the AJ (anonymous who, I wonder - Colin Boyne?) on La Tourette ... not least the final paragraphs, and indeed the last sentence. Quiet irony is almost inaudible in today's brightly-coloured clamour.
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