Lecture date: 2001-03-10
Le Corbusier’s apparent dominance of twentieth-century architecture resulted from his interaction with a broad range of media – painting, drawing, architecture, city planning and publishing. This conference discusses some of the issues raised by the AA exhibition Le Corbusier: The Architecture of Reinvention that explored how the tensions between these media were used to form his identity.
Peter Carl on Le Corbusier and space and iconography (32 mins)
Daniel Naegele on Le Corbusier and the image of the body (34 mins)