Definition of Le Corbusier in English:

Le Corbusier

proper noun

  • (1887–1965), French architect and town planner, born in Switzerland; born Charles Édouard Jeanneret. A pioneer of the International Style, he developed theories on functionalism, the use of new materials and industrial techniques, and the Modulor, a modular system of standard-sized units.


Le Corbusier

/ˌlə kɔːˈbjuːzɪeɪ//lə kɔʀbyzje/