Le Corbusier At The AA 2/3

Date: 28/11/2008
Time: 00:00
Running time: 62 mins

Le Corbusier gave his only formal lecture in the UK on 18 December 1947, coinciding with the AA's centenary year. To commemorate this unique occasion the AA and RIBA have jointly organised this event: a gathering of Le Corbusier experts and respected postwar architects examine the content and context of the lecture, and the impact of his theories within the AA and for a whole generation of postwar British architects. Stephen Macfarlane & Jill Lever - A Happy Accident and its Aftermath: A Case History of Architectural ArchivingTim Benton - 'C'est triste pleurer': Le Corbusier's Views about BritainWilliam J R Curtis - Transformation and Invention: On Re-reading Le Corbusier

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