The Guggenheim and Villa Savoye

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History

 

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David Q

 

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January 3, 2017

 

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University

 

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Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye also implements the gentle ramp as a means of seeing the space and moving through the building. Le Corbusier once wrote, "the Architect, by his arrangement of forms, realizes an order which is a pure creation of his spirit; by forms and shapes he affects our senses to an acute degree and provokes plastic emotions; by the relationships which he creates he wakes profound echoes in us, he gives us the measure of an order which we feel to be in accordance with that of our world, he determines the various movements of our heart and of our understanding; it is then that we experience beauty...
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By taking the ramp in both buildings, one moves through the entirety of the space and not just select segments of the space. Wright's ziggurat ramp is ingenious in the fact that it allows museum visitors to not have to backtrack their steps like conventional museum floor plans of hallways and rooms. Both Le Corbusier and Wright value composition and mass, both of which are experienced through the relationships between spaces...
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