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New Zealand born photographer Mary Gaudin has been impressing me lately with a selection of photography over on her portfolio website, particularly a section of it which documents a variety of architects homes and builds. Three of my favourites feature here, Alvar Aalto, his home and and office in H
If in doubt it's always wise to return to those tried, tested and accomplished I've always found, so with this in mind I'd like to turn everyones attention to one of the most marvellous modernist minds, yes you guessed it, Charles-Édouard Jeanneret or as he's more affectionately known Le Corbusier.
Earlier today I was entranced by this exhibition held at Japanese store EDANE which sells lots of knick knack type products, anything from ceramics to woodwork. The reason why I was fascinated was because the small exhibition in their store paid homage to the only and only Le Corbusier, a favourite
Sometimes when I come across news and updates from the design world I’m disheartened by the way they’re put together, in no way do we get the full story, often we’re left wondering what the article was actually about. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen a few places showcase this particular work
Today I've been around the houses in search for content, as my first preference is always to try and find a short film as I feel that these best convey a project, especially if they involve some kind of interview with the creative minds behind each. A handful of topics however, like architecture for
Those that live their lives by strict ideals will always divide the crowds, to many Le Corbusier is the greatest architect that ever lived and to others his arrogance oversaw his talent. What cannot be denied or plainly ignored however is his contribution to global architecture and his legacy that c
What a place! Le Corbusier's retreat called Le Cabanon which sits on a wooded cliff overlooking the Mediterranean. It's the only house that Le Corbusier actually designed for himself, a quaint little cabin which is miniature in scale and could be classed as a one-room cottage. He didn't design a kit
I pulled across some fantastic sculpture from the one and only Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, better known as Le Corbusier, a genius in my eyes who always inspires me to get creative. I guess you could class this work as later in his life, for example the above piece titled "Little Secret" was created
Exterior shots of the Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut taken by Paul Koslowski for Foundation Le Corbusier in 1997. Through my own research on Tadao Ando it’s been interesting to see the link between his concrete structures and Le Corbusier’s buildings and architecture. It all made sense when I saw t
Modernism’s minimalist legacy in the 21st century can found in the work of French architect and interior designer, Joseph Dirand. Born in 1974, Dirand graduated from Paris-Belleville School of Architecture to follow in the footsteps of the great post-World War II modernist architects like Le Corbu
A fantastic series of photography under The name "Another Land" by Leah Raintree, which is titled after one of Isamu Noguchi's set of sculptures with the same name.
German artist Michael Cleff uses a mixture of plaster moulds and hand building techniques to create these fresh and contemporary architectural forms out of stoneware clay.