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Figure/ground drawings by Stuart Cohen & Steven Hurtt, 1967.
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Figure/ground drawings by Stuart Cohen & Steven Hurtt, 1967.
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Plan Voisin, 1925, Le Corbusier.
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Plan Voisin, 1925, Le Corbusier.



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Paris, extant, ca. 1925.
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Paris, extant, ca. 1925.
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Plan for Paris, 1937, Le Corbusier.
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Plan for Paris, 1937, Le Corbusier.
Figure 1. Holy City of the New Jerusalem, Julius Goltzius, 1646.
Figure 1. Holy City of the New Jerusalem, Julius Goltzius, 1646.
Figure 2. Isaac Newton, portrait by John Vanderbank, 1725.
Figure 2. Isaac Newton, portrait by John Vanderbank, 1725.
Figure 3. René Descartes, portrait by Frans Hals, 1649.
Figure 3. René Descartes, portrait by Frans Hals, 1649.
Figure 4. Auguste Comte, engraving by Johan Hendrick Hoffmeister, 1851.
Figure 4. Auguste Comte, engraving by Johan Hendrick Hoffmeister, 1851.
Figure 5. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, portrait, Bollinger engraving after Christian Xeller, ca. 1825.
Figure 5. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, portrait, Bollinger engraving after Christian Xeller, ca. 1825.
Figure 6. Le Corbusier, portrait, Philippe Halsman, 1935.



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Figure 6. Le Corbusier, portrait, Philippe Halsman, 1935.



Deliberately reversed from original
Figure 7. Gallery of Machines, Paris Exhibition, 1900.
Figure 7. Gallery of Machines, Paris Exhibition, 1900.
Figure 8. Maison redent housing showing athletic fields, sun, space, greenery, ca. 1922-34, Le Corbusier. 

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Figure 8. Maison redent housing showing athletic fields, sun, space, greenery, ca. 1922-34, Le Corbusier.

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Figure 9. L'Esprit Nouveau pavilion; housing unit type with boxer on the terrace, ca. 1925, Le Corbusier.

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Figure 9. L'Esprit Nouveau pavilion; housing unit type with boxer on the terrace, ca. 1925, Le Corbusier.

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Figure 10. Du Cerceau, Les Plus Excellents Bastiments de France, 1576.  


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Figure 10. Du Cerceau, Les Plus Excellents Bastiments de France, 1576.


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Figure 11. J.N.L. Durand, Recueil et Parallèle: L’Architecture, 1799-1801: Plate 15. 


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Figure 11. J.N.L. Durand, Recueil et Parallèle: L’Architecture, 1799-1801: Plate 15.


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Figure 12. Auguste Choisy, Histoire de l’Architecture, 1899, Hagia Sophia. 


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Figure 12. Auguste Choisy, Histoire de l’Architecture, 1899, Hagia Sophia.


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Figure 13. Letarouilly, Paul, Edifices de Rome Moderne, 1860, Palazzo Barberini. 


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Figure 13. Letarouilly, Paul, Edifices de Rome Moderne, 1860, Palazzo Barberini.


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Figure 14. Purist painting, Still Life, 1920, Le Corbusier, (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret).


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Figure 14. Purist painting, Still Life, 1920, Le Corbusier, (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret).


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Figure 15. Map of Paris, detail showing Île de la Cité and Pont Neuf, Michel-Étienne Turgot, 1739.
Figure 15. Map of Paris, detail showing Île de la Cité and Pont Neuf, Michel-Étienne Turgot, 1739.
Figure 16. Plan of Paris, Pierre Patte, 1765.
Figure 16. Plan of Paris, Pierre Patte, 1765.
Figure 17. Arc Carrousel, Nicolai Wolpert, 1900; view from Tuileries Garden toward the Louvre. 


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Figure 17. Arc Carrousel, Nicolai Wolpert, 1900; view from Tuileries Garden toward the Louvre.


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Figure 18. Rue de Castiglione, W. Price, 1831. 



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Figure 18. Rue de Castiglione, W. Price, 1831.



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Figure 19. Ideal City, Vincenzo Scamozzi, 1615.
Figure 19. Ideal City, Vincenzo Scamozzi, 1615.


Figure 20. Ville Contemporaine, Le Corbusier, 1922.
Figure 20. Ville Contemporaine, Le Corbusier, 1922.
Figure 21. Plan Voisin, Le Corbusier, 1925, drawing by Stuart Cohen and Steven Hurtt, 1967.
Figure 21. Plan Voisin, Le Corbusier, 1925, drawing by Stuart Cohen and Steven Hurtt, 1967.
Figure 22. Plan Voisin, detail.


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Figure 22. Plan Voisin, detail.


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Figure 23. Plan Voisin, detail.


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Figure 23. Plan Voisin, detail.


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Figure 24. Paris, Turgot, 1739. Note the north-south axis crossing the Île de la Cité, a major axial ‘contextual’ reference in both the Plan Voisin and the 1937 Plan.
Figure 24. Paris, Turgot, 1739. Note the north-south axis crossing the Île de la Cité, a major axial ‘contextual’ reference in both the Plan Voisin and the 1937 Plan.
Figure 25. 1937 Plan, detail, Le Corbusier.
Figure 25. 1937 Plan, detail, Le Corbusier.
Figure 26. Ville Contemporaine, 1922, Le Corbusier.



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Figure 26. Ville Contemporaine, 1922, Le Corbusier.



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Figure 27. Ville Radieuse, 1933-34, Le Corbusier.
Figure 27. Ville Radieuse, 1933-34, Le Corbusier.
Figure 28. Competition for the Royal Chancellery, Stockholm, Sweden, Gunnar Asplund, 1922. Charles Graves, Looking @ Cities.
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Figure 28. Competition for the Royal Chancellery, Stockholm, Sweden, Gunnar Asplund, 1922. Charles Graves, Looking @ Cities.
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Figure 29. The Long Meadow, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, 1866; a large urban park landscape designed to appear naturalistic.
Figure 29. The Long Meadow, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, 1866; a large urban park landscape designed to appear naturalistic.

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