Analyzing a building by Le Corbusier and Louis H. Sullivan.

Form follows function

Analyse two buildings (selected from the list below) with specific reference to the following elements: their formal arrangement and structural order (or disorder) and their circulation arrangement, both inside and outside; discuss the extent to which all of these elements work (or do not work) together, to create the experience for users of the building.
Your analysis must include hand drawn diagrams, in plan and section. No CAD drawings are permitted. Buildings to be analysed:
– one building by Stirling (with or without Gowan, not necessarily one of the Red Trilogy); ]
– the other by Le Corbusier
The hand drawn diagram is necessary.

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