The radiant city; elements of a doctrine of urbanism to be used as the basis of our machine-age civilization [by] Le Corbusier.


New York, Orion Press [1967] .

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Standard Title Ville radieuse. English
Subjects City planning.
Le Corbusier.
Stedenbouw.
Description 344 pages illustrations (some color), maps, plans 24 x 31 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes At head of title: This work is dedicated to Authority, Paris, May 1933.
Translation of La ville radieuse.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary The famous architect presents a wide range of ideas, including details on "an organism (the Radiant City) capable of housing the works of man in what is from now on a machine-age society."--Page [3].
Contents Introduction. -- Modern techniques. -- The new age. -- The "radiant city" -- Prelude. -- Plans. -- Rural reorganization. -- Conclusion.
Genre Photographs.
Press releases.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)517275
(OCoLC)ocm00517275
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Le Corbusier, 1887-1965.
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