“Le Corbusier at Princeton: 14–16 November 1935” exhibition
“Le Corbusier at Princeton: 14–16 November 1935” exhibition
“Le Corbusier at Princeton: 14–16 November 1935” exhibition

“Le Corbusier at Princeton: 14–16 November 1935” exhibition

plus design inc., Boston, Massachusetts, 2001

Description

The intention of this exhibition was to capture the spirit of Le Corbusier’s philosophy of mass production and his five points of architecture. The project gave us the opportunity to collaborate with an architectural firm, bringing together our different visions and expertise to create a unique exhibition design. In addition, the architects worked with Princeton University students to create the illuminated models. Le Corbusier’s drawings and his use of cement columns inspired the gray drawing tubes we used for the invitation design as well as the unconventional museum exhibition entrance signage and the exhibition table legs.

Juror Notes

“Really smacks of Le Corbusier, but it’s not warmed-over modernism.. The use of materials is sparse but bright.”

Collections: AIGA 365: 23 (2002)
Discipline: Environmental graphic design
Format: Exhibit
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