Polytechnic University of Valencia Congress, LC2015 - Le Corbusier, 50 years later

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Corbu’s Hands
Agnieszka Rumież, Witold Oleszak

Last modified: 13-11-2015

Abstract


Abstract: The aim of presented paper is to grasp a sense in which Le Corbusier influenced his professional partners within ATBAT at 35 rue de Sèvres in Paris. On the example of Iannis Xenakis (Greek) and Jerzy Sołtan (Pole), which curriculum and experience will be superposed, authors wish to analyse a means in which the formation of Le Corbusier’s Collaborators induced a profoundly individualistic paths of both apprentices. Moreover it enabled both artists to develop autonomous views on creative activities, which still stayed in mutual compliance. That allows to speculate upon the forcefulness of approach towards passing skills that Le Corbusier applied in his Studio. With a parallel example of two pavilions for the World’s Fare Expo’58 in Brussels, it is presented how compatible, despite of being completely different in form, those two projects are.

Resumen: El objetivo del articulo es comprender cómo Le Corbusier influenciado sus socios profesionales en ATBAT a los 35 rue de Sèvres en Paris. Con un ejemplo de Iannis Xenakis (griego) y Jerzy Sołtan (polaco), autores desean analizar un medio en el que la formacion de Colaboradores de Le Corbusier indujo a profunda indualistas sendas de los dos aprendices. Con un ejemplo paralelo de dos pabellones para Expo'58 Fare del Mundo en Bruselas, se presenta el grado de compatibilidad, a pesar de ser completamente diferente en la forma, son los dos proyectos.

 

Keywords: Le Corbusier; Xenakis; Sołtan, post-war architecture, ATBAT, composition.

Palabras clave: Le Corbusier; Xenakis; Sołtan, arquitectura de la posguerra, ATBAT, composición.

 

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4995/LC2015.2015.948


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