Le Corbusier is considered the most influential architect of the 20th century.
From upscale second homes to social housing blocks, his ideas, designs, and groundbreaking writings featured a large-scale reinvention of not just individual projects, but modern living concepts.
Le Corbusier's work evolved in a very marked way over the years, from the first houses in his native Switzerland to the dazzling white and purist second residences, passing through dynamic syntheses of art and architecture such as the Ronchamp Chapel and the official buildings of the Indian city of Chandigarh.
This book presents some of Le Corbusier's most emblematic projects to meet the architect, thinker and modern pioneer who, even in his projects without materializing, generated controversy and offered inspirational material to future generations.
Texts in Spanish.