Le Corbusier

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UNESCO Adds 17 Le Corbusier Projects to World Heritage List

The World Heritage Committee broadens the scope of its World Heritage List with... More

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It’s a Bird … It’s a Plane … It’s Architecture

An exhibition at Norway's National Museum explores the tightly woven relationship... More

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All Grown up and Nowhere to Go

Millennials are finally entering the housing market. Unfortunately, inventory is... More

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Q+A: Sekou Cooke and the Era of Hip-Hop Architecture

The Syracuse University professor and architect is organizing a two-day symposium on what he hopes is the next movement in architecture. More

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Louis Vuitton Resurrects Charlotte Perriand House Design In Miami Beach

The fashion house installed the structure, designed in 1934 by the late French... More

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Across the Institute: Scottsdale, Salt Lake City, Washington, D.C., Beirut, New York City

Scottsdale, Salt Lake City, Washington, D.C., Beirut, New York City More

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Christopher Hawthorne on Lambert, Mies, Seagram, and the Art of Patronage

Phyllis Lambert's new book, "Building Seagram," reveals the importance of the architect-client relationship. More

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Book: Le Corbusier Redrawn

Author Steven Park uses sectional perspectives, plans, and other drawings to bring... More

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Oscar Niemeyer: Man of the People

Was the architecture of Oscar Niemeyer really communist? That depends on whether you ask Americans living north or south of the Equator. More

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MoMA, Architecture, and Politics: 9+1 Ways of Being Political

Pedro Gadanho's first MoMA show highlights architecture's political side. But, writes Mark Lamster, his attempt to promote curation as the next criticism is hampered by a less than accessible presentation. More

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