ARCHITECTURE AND REVOLUTION - PAVILLON DES TEMPS NOUVEAUX 1937 PARIS
UPC, Barcelona / Columbia, NY, 2009

The Pavillon des Temps Nouveaux is a project by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, built for the International Exposition of 1937 in Paris. It was the result of many years of work by the architects and their CIAM colleagues who exposed their work to a larger public, to the professional community and government officials. The Pavilion was a machine for transforming the visitors by initiating them in the new doctrines of architecture and urbanism. It is Le Corbusier's built manifesto for achieving the unity and harmony in the world through architecture and urbanism.

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PhD Dissertation, November 2009
Polytechnic University of Catalonia
Columbia University GSAPP
Author: Ivan Shumkov
Published: in process