By Robert Elwall Robert Elwall 2008-09-12T00:00:00
During the 1950s Le Corbusier’s influence waxed as travel became easier and architects were able to experience many of his buildings in actuality, rather than through reproductions of photographs such as those by Lucien Hervé.
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