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The City of To-morrow and Its Planning (original 1925; edition 1987)

by Le Corbusier, Frederick Etchells (Translator)

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Title:The City of To-morrow and Its Planning
Authors:Le Corbusier
Other authors:Frederick Etchells (Translator)
Info:Dover Publications (1987), Paperback, 352 pages
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The City of To-morrow and Its Planning by Le Corbusier (1925)

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Le Corbusier wrote various books on town/city planning.
Please do not combine:
The City of To-morrow (Urbanisme)
Concerning Town Planning (Propos d'urbanisme)
Looking at City Planning (Manière de penser l'urbanisme)
The Radiant City (La ville radieuse);
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The great revolutionary architect's probing analysis of urban problems and their origins, and his bold solutions, which include the "Voisin" scheme for the center of Paris, and the more developed scheme for a "City of Three Million Inhabitants." Introduction. Foreword. 133 black-and-white illustrations. 82 black-and-white halftones.

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The great revolutionary architect's probing analysis of urban problems and their origins, and his bold solutions, which include the Voisin scheme for the center of Paris, and the more developed scheme for a City of Three Million Inhabitants. Introduction. Foreword. 133 black-and-white illustrations. 82 black-and-white halftones.… (more)

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