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June 11, 2013

marsaille interior

One of the truly inventive parts of the current MOMA exhibition on Corbusier was the inclusion of four rooms that he crafted through his career. Of course I love it when a curator concurs with me on such important topics like Corbusier’s “interior landscape” is a deep and important part of understanding modern space. On view are a room for his mother at Maison La Blanc that sports mannerist furniture and flowered wallpaper (bringing the outside in-old school), a well honed composition from demolished Villa Church, a lovely vignette from the Marseilles block and at the start of the exhibition three walls of the Le Petit Cabanon Corbusier’s ode to an interior imagination.

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