Le Corbusier Architect and Feminist
Samuel, F., 2004. Le Corbusier Architect and Feminist. London: Wiley/Academy.
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Ranging in scope from Le Corbusier's interest in fashion, housework and sex to a close analysis of the philosophies underlying his architecture, his fascination with Orphism, his artwork and his buildings, this book examines the ramifications of his interest in feminism in all aspects of his life. A disparity between his idealised view of womanhood and the reality of the women he knew and loved is revealed.
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