Le Corbusier greeting cards by Stefi Orazi Studio via Dezeen
Created by designer Stefi Orazi, the cards portray some of the modernist architect’s best-known projects using simple graphics. Le Corbusier’s Notre Dame du Haut chapel in Ronchamp, Villa Savoye in Poissy, Cité de Refuge in Paris and Unité d’Habitation projects in Marseille and Berlin all feature on the front of the cards. Each pack contains six blank A6 cards and envelopes, which are available at the designer’s online store.
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Book: Les Portugais à Paris, The Portuguese in Paris. Curious note, there just as many Portuguese living in Paris, as in Portugal’s own capital Lisbon.
"I do not claim to know what space really is. The longer I think about it, the more mysterious it becomes. About one thing, however, I am sure: when we, as architects, are concerned with space, we are concerned with but a tiny part of the infinity that surrounds the earth, and yet each and every building marks a unique place in that infinity."
Peter Zumthor, Thinking Architecture (via arch-ives