In partnership with the National Institute of Art History
13th february 2020
SPEAKER : JOSEPH ABRAM (former professor at the National School of Architecture of Nancy, researcher at the Laboratory for the History of Contemporary Architecture)
A great Modern affair, the question of housing preoccupied Le Corbusier from the start of his career. His research, by the data they summon, however, differs from that of his contemporaries. The residential unit of Briey-en-Forêt, built at the end of the 1950s in a still industrial Lorraine, illuminates, by its contrasting fate, one of the most original architectural thoughts of the 20th century.
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Within the limit of available seats