Terminal 2E was designed by Paul Andreu with an elliptical skeleton, and inaugurated in 2003. This terminal partially collapsed in 2004, killing four people.
Here’s some practical information in French on how and when to get there. Click “Informations pratiques (suite)” in the menu for the second page.
This site contains photos and practical information for visiting Le Corbusier’s Firminy buildings – the recently completed Church of Sant-Pierre, the Maison de la Culture, the stadium and swimming pool, and the 20 storey Unité d’habitation.
Housed in the Maison La Roche (open to the public, along with Maison Jeanneret and Immeuble Molitor).
20th Century French Furniture & Architecture. Exhibiting the work of * CHARLOTTE PERRIAND * PIERRE JEANNERET * LE CORBUSIER * JEAN ROYÈRE * GEORGES JOUVE * SERGE MOUILLE * ALEXANDRE NOLL * JEAN PROUVÉ
In 1955, just as the world was pigeonholing him as the high priest of modernism, Le Corbusier shocked the architecture world with—of all things—weekend houses. Built of brick, concrete, stone, and timber, the Maisons Jaoul are the antithesis of everything commonly referred to as “Corbusian.”
by Caroline Maniaque Benton
Princeton Architectural Press, 2009
By Christopher Rollason. Walter Benjamin’s Arcades Project draft did not get an English translation until 1999. Rollason walks us through the arcades and places Benjamin’s work in the context of the day. He also traces the effects the text has had on current thought.[04/04]
The organic, oppositional architectural projects of their practice is concerned with the bond between building, context and human relations.
A quirky handheld look in and around L’Unité d’Habitation in Marseille ( Cité Radieuse ), shot by someone very much enjoying staying overnight at Hotel Le Corbusier. Includes shadow dancing.
By Tim Benton.
See butterpaper article