Plans. No. 1 (January 1931) through No. 13 (March 1932) (all published).
Plans. No. 1 (January 1931) through No. 13 (March 1932) (all published).
Plans. No. 1 (January 1931) through No. 13 (March 1932) (all published).

Plans. No. 1 (January 1931) through No. 13 (March 1932) (all published).

1931. A complete run in 13 issues of the rare avant-garde monthly covering political, literary, architectural, and art life of the era, including film, theater, music, etc., edited by Jeanne Walter & Philippe Lamour, with an editorial committee including Hubert Lagardelle, Le Corbusier, François de Pierrefeu, & Pierre Winter, with over 1700 pp. on political and cultural aspects of the contemporary scene, illustrated throughout the text and on plates, including a large number of illustrations after drawings by Le Corbusier. Large 8vo. Orig. wrpps. Some age-darkening, minor wear to spines. Paris 1931-1932.

This work has a strong international flavor and refers frequently to trends in the U.S. and Soviet Union as well as Germany in the last years before Nazism and Italy under fascism. Le Corbusier played a seminal role in this work's formation. Book ID: 28841

Price: $5,500.00