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Man, Myth, Legend... Le Corbusier

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Man, Myth, Legend... Le Corbusier

  1. 1. LE CORBUSIER By: Shreya Bhattacharjee Vartika Sharma MAN, MYTH, LEGEND…
  2. 2. An architect, a painter, a p
  3. 3. SUMMING UP HIS LIFE  Born on 6th October 1887 in Switzerland.  Started off as a painter but then developed keen interest in architecture.  Studied at La-Chaux-de-Fonds Art School.  In 1922 he opened a studio in Paris.  His mantra “Architecture or Revolution” made him a revolutionary in his time.  He died at the age of 77 on 27th of August, 1965.z
  4. 4. DESIGNING WITH
  5. 5. H I S D E S I G N P H I L O S O P H Y
  6. 6. Lessons of the LEARNED GAME
  7. 7. HIS IMPACT
  8. 8. THE MODULAR MAN  The Modular is an anthropometric scale of propor tions.  It was developed as a visual bridge between two incompatible scales, the imperial and the metric system. It is based on the height of a man with his arm raised.  It was used as a system to set out a number of Le Corbusier's buildings and was later codified into two books.
  9. 9. THE MAN AND THE SUN “To introduce the sun is the new and most imperative duty of the architect” - Le Corbusier The clock and the solar calendar brought to architecture the "brise- soleil" to be installed in front of the windows of modern buildings.
  10. 10. BUILDI NG MODERN INDIA
  11. 11. NOWCIKI’S AND MAYER’S VERSION OF CHANDIGARH • Fan shape • Gently flows between the two river beds spreading itself. • Used topography for drainage and rivers to orient the plan.
  12. 12. DESIGNING CHANDIGARH: CORBUSIER  About 8000 years ago the area was also known to be a home to the Harappans. One such site was found under Sector-17 in Chandigarh.  The layout of Chandigarh resembles Indus Valley Civilization town planning patterns.  The plan of new Chandigarh incorporated Le Corbusier’s principles of light, space and greenery.  The roads are designed and oriented in such a way that most of the time during the day, they are under shadow.
  13. 13. LE CORBUSIER CONCEIVED THE MASTER PLAN OF CHANDIGARH AS ANALOGOUS TO HUMAN BODY • Head (The Capitol Complex, Sector 1) • Heart (The City Centre Sector-17) • Lungs (The leisure valley, Innumerable open spaces and Sector greens) • The intellect (The Cultural and Educational institutions) • The circulatory system (The network of roads, the 7Vs) • The viscera (The Industrial Area)
  14. 14. CRITICISM FACED  Anti Social Urbanism  Wide roads that were created in his plan for Chandigarh  “All men have same needs”
  15. 15. Ville Radieuse: THE RADIANT OF ALL
  16. 16. THE ARCHITECT AND HIS MANIFOLDS  Le Corbusier was fascinated with cinema. In 1926 he shot a film of a housing estate at Pessac.  Le Corbusier disliked capitalism, and said that people's house size should depend on the size of their family, not how rich they were.  Le Corbusier "obsessively preserved every letter, drawing and photograph for posterity.  Before turning to architecture Le Corbusier was learning the trade of watchcase engraving.  His plan for a "radiant city" (Ville Radieuse) was based on a plan by Madrid-based urban planner Arturo Soriay Mata and was first proposed in 1930 for Moscow.
  17. 17. Le Corbusier and his architecture is featured on a Swiss francs banknote.
  18. 18. When he arrived in New York the first time he made headlines because he thought the skyscrapers should be "huge and a lot farther apart."
  19. 19. A full-scale wooden mock- up of Le Corbusier's 3- seater car (named "Voiture Maximum") was built by the famed Italian designer Giorgio Guigiaro for an exhibition commemorating Corb's 100th birthday.
  20. 20. To date, the most expensive Le Corbusier work ever sold at auction is “Femme,” a wooden statue completed by Le Corbusier in 1962 and sold at Christie's in Zurich for 3.1 million francs ($3.3 million).
  21. 21. Charles- Eduoard Jeanneret- Gris “Life is right and the architect is wrong.”
  22. 22. THANK YOU

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