Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscape
Edited and with text by Jean-Louis Cohen. Text by Mardges Bacon, Tim Benton, Barry Bergdoll, Maristella Casciato, Edmond Charrière, Carlos Comas, Catherine Dumont d’Ayot, Marie-Jeanne Dumont, Romy Golan, Genevieve Hendricks, Guillemette Morel Journel, Juan José Lahuerta, Jorge Francisco Liernur, Jacques Lucan, Niklas Maak, Caroline Maniaque-Benton, Mina Marefat, Mary McLeod, Danièle Pauly, Antoine Picon, Claude Prelorenzo, Josep Quetglas, Enrique Ramirez, Bruno Reichlin, Arthur Rüegg, Jacques Christopher Schnoor, Marida Talamona, Yannis Tsiomis, Anthony Vidler, and Stanislaus von Moos.
The largest exhibition ever produced on Le Corbusier’s prolific oeuvre, encompassing his work as architect, interior designer, artist, city planner, writer and photographer. Including his watercolors, sketches, paintings, photographs and models. Reflecting the geographic extension of his designs and built works as well as his indefatigable wanderlust, the book is structured as an atlas, with topographical entries allowing for the discovery of the major sites and cities where Le Corbusier worked. This lavishly illustrated volume presents a wholly unique way to explore the life and work of one of the most important visionaries of our time.