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The pavilion and the court: cultural and spatial problems of De Stijl architecture

Richard Padovan focuses on two buildings, both designed in 1929, which represent the final resolution of Le Corbusier’s and Mies van der Rohe’s  response to and conflict with De Stijl: the Villa Savoye and the Barcelona Pavilion

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