Le Corbusier's work is full of ideas we carry on today, even when much has become unrealistic ventures of design, sustainability, and livability. From Ronchamp to Cite Universitaire, they are idilic monuments of yesteryear– the question is, how will we use them tomorrow?
What will happen when time passes so far as the first identity of a space is no more, and new inhabitants call them home?
Villa Savoye, the suburban Paris icon, is molded to transform into the current environment.
Images born from our contemporary world mix and match to form an individual's storyline.
Dependent with the observer, deciphering becomes unique and personal.
Architecture can not be static, but actively push our understanding of the world around us. Without reacting to the
vastly changing environment, what would we be?