• nexttoparchitects:

    by sisyphus__ first one up for presentation time…

  • nexttoparchitects:

    by vasudhamittal IT’SOVERRRRRRRRRRR
    #summersemester #1down3togo

  • acidadebranca:


    Photos of the Pavillon de l’Esprit Nouveau, Le Corbusier (1924), as part of the the Paris Exposition des Arts Décoratifs of 1925.

    The pavilion portrayed a typical unit in a block of multiple villa-flats with its own roof-terrace. Attached was a rotunda annex with an urban planning exhibit showing 1922 “Plan for a Modern City of 3,000,000 Inhabitants”; and “Plan Voisin” that proposed a new business district over central Paris.

    On the walls were methodically worked out plans for cruciform skyscrapers, housing colonies with staggered lay-outs, and a whole range of types new to architecture that were the fruit of a mind preoccupied with the problems of the future.

    In the first photo, I like the street light pole, revealing the style of 1920s urban surroundings, in comparison with the pavillion touted as “EN” – the new spirit.

    1924 | Le Corbusier | Pavillon de L’Esprit Nouveau, Paris, France

  • acidadebranca:


    1925 L’Esprit Nouveau Pavilion | Architect: Le Corbusier | Paris, France


    1924 | Le Corbusier | Pavillon de L’Esprit Nouveau, Paris, France

  • acidadebranca:


    Le pavillon de l’Esprit nouveau, Le corbusier, 1925

    1924 | Le Corbusier | Pavillon de L’Esprit Nouveau, Paris, France

  • archi-diary:

    Vivaci Guarda


    (via arciphilia)

  • rosswolfe:

    Quartiers modernes Frugès, Pessac. Le Corbusier et sa femme Yvonne sur l’une des terrasses (1925). (via Corbu’s corpus)

    (via acidadebranca)

  • isometrics:

    // Architecture


    By Atelier d’Architecture Bruno Erpicum & Partners

    Photography courtesy of AABE

    (Source:, via arciphilia)

  • nexttoparchitects:

    by naygalindo “There are 360 degrees, so why stick to one?’ Zaha Hadid

  • nexttoparchitects:

    by joshbfeld #fruitperboloid #alimentarydesign @i.fayyad

  • acidadebranca:

    1925-1928 | Le Corbusier | Planeix House-24 bis, Boulevard Masséna, Paris, France 

    (Source: theorem-applique)