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Students Recreate Le Corbusier’s Minimalist Maison Dom-Ino as a Pavilion for Venice Biennale

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Architect Valentin Bontjes van Beek and a group of students gave Le Corbusier’s famed Maison Dom-Ino second life as a pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. The 1:1 model was built by students of the Architectural Association to commemorate 100 years




 

 

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Architect Valentin Bontjes van Beek and a group of students gave Le Corbusier’s famed Maison Dom-Ino second life as a pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. The 1:1 model was built by students of the Architectural Association to commemorate 100 years since Le Corbusier first designed the Maison Dom-Ino as a prototype for mass produced housing. The model will serve as a particularly inspired resting or meeting place at this year’s Biennale.
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