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    Philippe Potié
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In 1952 Le Corbusier was commissioned to dwell in the silence of men of. .The result was his impressive Convent of La Tourette. Book Condition: Nice Previously Handled Copy with Minimal Wear to Exterior and Interior.

In 1952 Le Corbusier was commissioned to dwell in the silence of men of prayer and study and to construct a church for them. Book is Free of Any Marks, Notes, or Highlights.

Religious Buildings Books. Le Corbusier Guides (Englisch Franz Sisch). Birkhäuser Architecture. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Report incorrect product info or prohibited items.

The design of the building begun in May 1953 and completed in 1961. The committee that decided the creation of the building considered that the primary duty of the monastery should be the spiritual awakening of the people and in particular the inhabitants of nearby areas.

Ein weiterer informativer und handlicher Le Corbusier-Führer: die Klosteranlage Sainte Marie de La.In 1952 Le Corbusier was commissioned to design the church, and the result represented a significant step in modern religious architecture. Series: Le Corbusier Guides.

Ein weiterer informativer und handlicher Le Corbusier-Führer: die Klosteranlage Sainte Marie de La Tourette bei Lyon (1953-1960), ein Meisterwerk der modernen Sakralarchitektur. Num Pages: 136 pages, 72 illustrations.

The Convent of La Tourette is Le Corbusier's final building completed in Europe, and is also thought by many to be his most unique program. It was built to be a self-contained world for a community of silent monks, and to accommodate the unique and specific lifestyle of the monks, the monastery is made of one hundred individual cells, a communal library, a refectory, a rooftop cloister, a church, and classrooms. The one request to the architect by Father Marie-Alain Couturier was that he "create a silent dwelling for one hundred bodies and one hundred hearts

in1952 Le Corbusier was commissioned "to dwell in the silence of men of prayer and .

in1952 Le Corbusier was commissioned "to dwell in the silence of men of prayer and study and to construct a church for them". The result was his impressive Convent of La Tourette, marking a significant step in modern religious architecture. Like the other Le Corbusier Guides published by Birkhauser, this volume provides a wealth of plans, details, photographs and information on this building which today is also a conference centre.

in1952 Le Corbusier was commissioned "to dwell in the silence of men of prayer and . Like the other Le Corbusier Guides published by Birkhäuser, this volume provides a wealth of plans, details, photographs and information on this building which today is also a conference centre.

Inspired by Le Thoronet, a Cystercian monastery in the South of France, Le Corbusier designs the convent as a self-contained . View from countryside. Monastery of Sainte-Marie de la Tourette. View from countryside

Inspired by Le Thoronet, a Cystercian monastery in the South of France, Le Corbusier designs the convent as a self-contained world that would accommodate the unique lifestyle of a community of Dominican friars. The concrete building contains one hundred individual cells, as well as a church among the program.

Le Corbusier designed Sainte Marie de La Tourette Monastery in 1960. Rough concrete stained by time gives an exterior unfamiliar to religious structures. It is located in the country because it was an addition to the already existing part of the monastery to the North. The countryside location is out of the ordinary for monasteries, as they are typically located within a city’s boundaries; the site was originally intended as a school. Le Corbusier’s began in May, 1953 to design the building with sketches drawn at Arbresle, outlining the basic shape of the building and terrain of the site.

The Dominican monastery of Sainte Marie de La Tourette was designed by Modernist architect Le Corbusier and built near Lyon in France. Constructed between 1956 and 1960, the monastery houses a chapel, residence and place of learning for Dominican friars. The Dominican monastery of Sainte Marie de La Tourette was designed by Modernist architect Le Corbusier and built near Lyon in France. La Tourette is one of the most important buildings of the Modern.

Ein weiterer informativer und handlicher Le Corbusier-Führer: die Klosteranlage Sainte Marie de La Tourette bei Lyon (1953-1960), ein Meisterwerk der modernen Sakralarchitektur.