Le Corbusier's lyrical legacy

Jean-Louis Cohen’s lecture at the Barbican last week painted an unexpected picture of Le Corbusier. The academic from New York University Institute of Fine Arts spoke of the architect’s capacity for “lyricism in the machine age”.

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