Le Corbusier: English Architecture 1930s

Le Corbusier: English Architecture 1930s, compiled by William Curtis (1980), is an Open University textbook about Corbu’s influence on English architects.

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Le Corbusier: English Architecture 1930s, compiled by William Curtis (1980), is an Open University textbook about Corbu’s influence on English architects. It was published for the third level course in Arts, History of architecture and design 1890–1939, Units 17 and 18. The booklet analyses modernism within the English context, and presents some architects and projects where Le Corbusier can be seen as a major reference.

The text is in English. There are some black-and-white photos and architectural drawings.

Our copy in stock is a bit worn out, but still perfectly usable. The pages have no markings, and the glueing of the binding is fine.

Weight 333 g
Dimensions 29,5 × 20,8 × 0,5 cm
Author(s)

William Curtis

Publisher

The Open University press

Publishing year

1975, 1980

Language

Images

architectural drawings, b&w photos

Binding

Paperback

Condition

Number of pages

104

ISBN

0-335-00708-2