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Unité d'Habitation (Marseille, France) by Le Corcusier (1952)

The Unité d'Habitation is a modernist residential housing design principle developed by Le Corbusier. The first and most famous of these buildings, also known as Cité Radieuse, is located in Marseille (France, built

The Glam Wall. church of S.Maria in Campitelli. Le Corbusier's Firminy presents a porous, textured wall.

Le Corbusier uses natural light to create this beautiful effect in this church -- Saint-Pierre De Firminy. Another example of Le Corbusier playing with natural light

Sacristie de l'église du couvent de la Tourette (1957-60) Le Corbusier

Sacristie de l'église du couvent de la Tourette (1957-60) Le Corbusier

Romchamp Church, Le Corbusier 1954 - The gaps in the walls and light wood furniture all systems adhere to the size of the architect Modulor. Stained glass by Le Corbusier also installed.

We check in with Los Angeles-based Alison Berger who's an artist that brings an extensive design and architectural background to her visionary work.

AD Classics: Convent of La Tourette,© Samuel Ludwig

Gallery of AD Classics: Convent of La Tourette / Le Corbuiser - 18

Image 19 of 48 from gallery of AD Classics: Convent of La Tourette / Le Corbuiser. Photograph by Samuel Ludwig

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