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|Sainte Marie de La Tourette|
|Description||Couvent La Tourette by Le Corbusier is considered one of the important buildings of the late modernist era. And frequently studied by the students of architecture.
The buildings contain a hundred bedrooms for teachers and students, study halls, a hall for work and one for recreation, a library and a refectory. There is also a church. Unlike the Ronchamp, La Tourette rather dominate the landscape than compliment. The building stands as an example of monastic simplicity with a mix of subtle complexities in the known Corbusian proportions.
This ZIP file contains an AutoCAD drawing of the building with plans and sections. And a vector EPS file that helps in better visibility.
These drawings are regenerated and of course unofficial, accuracy is not guaranteed and shouldn't be treated as a reference.
|Date||Wednesday 17 October 2012 - 06:46:29|
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