Le Cabanon par Le Corbusier

Le Cabanon par Le Corbusier
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Great visuals. I watched this on 1.5 speed and it still felt slow, in a good way. The camera lingers on different parts of the cabin, giving you time to appreciate the artwork. There are also some old photos and film footage to give more context. This documentary humanizes Le Corbusier, ...Read more

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