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Le Corbusier Makes A Machine

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Le Corbusier Makes A Machine is the second volume in author Carol Bishops popular Eureka Moments Series. In it she explores Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier (1887-1965) the artist, writer, and urban planner. His ideas and projects, earned him world-wide recognition. Today he is referred to as ‘The Father of the International Style of Architecture.’

Carol Bishop

Carol Bishop is Associate Professor of Art at Los Angeles Valley College and teaches courses in art history, advanced drawing, painting, and design. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb and her Ph.D. at Union University in Cincinnati. Bishop’s paintings, photographs and installations reflect ideas on architecture and place. Her work is informed by the character of structures and the people who build, design, finance, or use them. Rather than documenting forms, Bishop is interested in connecting to environments, sites, places and buildings to pull rhythms and ideas in search of the essential spirit.

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Le Corbusier Makes A Machine is the second volume in author Carol Bishops popular Eureka Moments Series. Here she explores Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier (1887-1965) the artist, writer, and urban planner. His ideas and projects, earned him world-wide recognition. Today he is referred to as ‘The Father of the International Style of Architecture.’

“Le Corbusier, a young architect, moved to Paris, determined to make revolutionary new architecture for the 20th century. He loved technology, science and machines, especially the industrial materials used for automobiles, airplanes and ships.”

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