By James Krohe 2000-08-15T00:00:00
Driving across Paris with an ebullient Le Corbusier at the controls of his beloved 1925 Voisin, with its broken windows and missing second gear, Czech architect Karel Honzik must have wondered whether the great architect conceived of the motorcar as a machine for crashing. Le Corbusier was hardly the only ...
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