AD Classics: Convent of La Tourette / Le Corbuiser
Completed in 1960 in L'Arbresle, France. The Convent of La Tourette is Le Corbusier's final building completed in Europe, and is also thought by many to be his most unique program. It was...
I recognised it from the photo here of Le Corbusier, his wife Yvonne and Jean Badovici and which included the little signs written by Gray which said to one side “Defense de Rire” and to the other “Entrez Lentement”. Entrance to E1027. Text is Gray's Mural by LeCorbusier (1938)
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ALBRECHT DÜRER St. Jerome by the Pollard Willow. Drypoint, 1512. 208x183 mm; 8 1/4x7 1/4 inches. Second state (of 3), with the artist's monogram left center but before the retouching of the plate and the hole near the left rock. A good Meder c-d impression in this state. Partial Large City Gate watermark (Meder 263, which he dates to the mid-1500s). Ex-collection Henry F. Sewall (Lugt 1309, verso). Trimmed on or just inside the plate mark. An extremely scarce print, one of only…
Dezeen's most memorable Instagram moments in 2014
As 2014 draws to a close, we're looking back at the year's most memorable events, parties and people through pictures posted to Dezeen's Instagram.