Le Corbusier's beautiful scapegoat
As the discussion about new housing models for the twenty-first century rumbles on, it is worth revisiting the most influential prototype of this century - Le Corbusier's Unite d'habitation in Marseilles, now a historic monument some 50 years old, simply known as Le Corbusier.
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