Published by the EPFL website on 12.14.11
Roberto Gargiani unveils a different vision of Switzerland’s most famous architect - Le Corbusier. Published at EPFL Press.
Roberto Gargiani, professor at EPFL’s Theory and History of Architecture Laboratory 3, has spent the last six years carefully studying Le Corbusier’s lesser-known archives and visiting the buildings he designed from 1940 to his death in 1965 with his research assistant and co-author Anna Rosellini. A different Corbusier comes into focus; poet, mystic, philosopher and artist.