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"Typ Berlin": Le Corbusier's Building in Charlottenburg

Author/EditorCorbusier, Le (Author)
Publisher: JOVIS Verlag
ISBN: 9783868590043
Pub Date01/12/2008
BindingPaperback
Pages96
Residents bring life into a house and shape its character. Photographer and social anthropologist Barbel Hogner was well aware of this phenomenon when she moved into the Le Corbusier building in Berlin as 'artist-in-residence' in 2007. This work captures the co-relation in between Le Corbusier's vanguard architecture and its residents with images.
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Residents bring life into a house and shape its character. Photographer and social anthropologist Barbel Hogner was well aware of this phenomenon when she moved into the Le Corbusier building in Berlin as 'artist-in-residence' in 2007. In 1958, the architect Le Corbusier confronted Berliners in the divided city with his concept of communal living. The aesthetic impact of his Unite d'habitation, "Typ Berlin", is apparent to this day. Barbel Hogner has captured the co-relation in between Le Corbusier's vanguard architecture and its residents with impressive and surprising images.

Residents bring life into a house and shape its character. Photographer and social anthropologist Barbel Hogner was well aware of this phenomenon when she moved into the Le Corbusier building in Berlin as 'artist-in-residence' in 2007. In 1958, the architect Le Corbusier confronted Berliners in the divided city with his concept of communal living. The aesthetic impact of his Unite d'habitation, "Typ Berlin", is apparent to this day. Barbel Hogner has captured the co-relation in between Le Corbusier's vanguard architecture and its residents with impressive and surprising images.

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