One of the most common methods of architectural thinking is through the process of options. Is this process proof of rigor or a responsible method of avoiding decision making?
We looked at one of the most powerful acts of architecture in history and imagined a fictional exchange between Le Corbusier and his studio partner pitching their idea to their client: Le Corbusier’s mother. The result is a series of letters and an object capturing the intent without the distraction of architecture.
The object along with the letters were displayed part of the Architecture exhibit at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles.
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