Le Corbusier's Cité Frugès: Lessons from a Modern Social Housing Neighborhood
[…] Some interior spaces were divided to create new rooms, oblong windows were replaced by smaller ones that were square, terraces were covered, new sloping roofs appeared, car parks were removed” were just a handful of the changes made to the homes chronicled by Helena Ariza in her Architectural Visits piece on Cité Frugès and her observations are a reminder of the importance of planning for future maintenance and modifications when designing social housing. […]
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To know more about La Cité Frugès designed by Le Corbusier, visit ‘LA CITÉ FRUGÈS. A modern neighborhood for the working class.’