Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret: Footprints in the Sand of Indian Architecture
The Book Is About Le Corbusier And Pierre Jeanneret - The Swiss-French Architects - An Attempt To Cover The Entire Indian Works Of The 2 Architects - Deals With Their Own Works And Their Influence In Indian Architecture - Covers Approximately 50 Projects Designed By Them Along With Almost 40 Works Of Indian Architects Which Shows The Influence Of Their Philosophy - 8 Chapters - Tale Of Two Colossi - City Planningcitadels Of Democracy Poetry Of Homes Hives Of Work - Temples Of Learning Corridors Of Culture - Footprints Epilogue - Notes - Bibliography - Glossary - Index - Many Illustrations In B & W.
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accommodate Ahmedabad archi Assembly Hall Balkrishna Doshi bedrooms Bhakra Bhakra Dam Bhatti Bhavan blocks brick brise-soleil building built campus Capital Project Capitol Complex Chandigarh College Chandigarh project Charles Correa City Centre College of Architecture concept construction Corbusian Corbusier and Pierre Corbusier's corridor create Delhi Doshi double-storeyed Edouard entrance Eulie Chowdhury exposed expression functions Government Ground Floor Plan Haryana High Court hostels houses ideas India Indian architects influence institutions interiors Islamabad Jane Drew Jeet Malhotra kitchen Leisure Valley located Madhya Marg master plan Maxwell Fry modern architecture Modulor Nehru Open Hand open spaces painting Panchkula Panjab University parking pedestrian Pierre Jeanneret planners Punjab ramp reinforced concrete residential roads roof rooms School sculptures Secretariat Sector 17 Shivalik Hills side Singh single-storeyed square metres structure Sukhna Lake symbol terrace tion Toilet town planning traffic trees Type urban Varma verandah villages walls