Simplicity of form, organization, discipline: these are the qualities that define the style of both the architect Le Corbusier and the photographer Lucien Hervé. In both media, they treated light as its own material, adding to the multiple perspectives and balanced shapes an organization of empty space. Architecture is conceived as sculpture, but above all for its functionality.
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