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Le Corbusier ~ The function of a house

Category: Architecture November 18th, 2007 by mbc

The functions of a house, setting aside all other ‘romantic cobwebs’ are to provide:


1. A shelter against heat, cold, rain, thieves and the inquisitive.
2. A receptacle for sun and light.
3. A certain number of cells appropriated for cooking, work and personal life.

Le Corbusier … keeping it simple.

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