03 March 2012

Modestly modernist, Le Corbusier's summer bungalow

Wonderful story from The Guardian about how the architect came to spend 18 fruitful summers living and working in his 12-square foot rustic wooden cabanon on the Côte d'Azurand the plans to preserve it and its sister buildings for use as an open-air gallery of 20th-century architecture. – GF

photo: Inside Le Corbusier's Cabanon. Credit: DACS

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