By David Jenkins 2001-04-10T00:00:00
Le Corbusier is the great figure of 20th-century architecture, nonpareil. Walter Gropius described him as the 'Leonardo of our times'. Yet he remains something of an enigma. Architect, painter, bon viveur and author of some 57 books – many of them evidently written at speed. When required to characterise himself ...
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