Out now is the 624-page, 21-pound visual feast on perhaps the 20th-century's most influential architect -- for better or worse-- the man whose "work and social theories continue to be a dominant force in the world of architecture and design, while his elegant bearing, bow tie, and round black eyeglasses are still today a signature look for architects around the world." The same could be partly said for Philip Johnson, but only one deserves a book this size. A review of Le Corbusier Le Grand is forthcoming.
or for Phaidon Atlas
or for Le Corbusier