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Le Corbusier In the SunSubscription

17 February, 1993Updated: 15 June, 2011 By Christopher Mackenzie

The Marseilles Unite and the monuments of Chandigarh have been held up as an example of Le Corbusier’s interest in passive energy control. Christopher Mackenzie questioned these assumptions on a visit to India

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Principle v Pastiche, Perspectives on Some Recent ClassicismsSubscription

12 August, 1984Updated: 12 December, 2011

William Curtis argues that the Post-Modern Classicists, far from re-interpreting history effectively as they claim, have succeeded in capturing outward appearance only.