The Le Corbusier guide / Deborah Gans ; introduction by Alan Plattus.
Princeton Architectural Press, New York : 2006
283 p. : il.
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"This is the kind of book I have been waiting for, I think, for the better part of my life. Nothing is more frustrating to architecture buffs than to travel across the continent to see a celebrated building and then, since scholarly histories never deign to offer practical information, not to be able to find it....[With] Deborah Gans' superb book, life [is] vastly easier. Her excellent text is detailed...[and] contains excellent maps and photographs." -- Paul Goldberger, New York Times
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