In this project in the Weissenhof quarter in Stuttgart the five points of Le Corbusier's architecture seem mature.
The use of the pilotis is present, there is the hanging garden, the ribbon window, the plan and the free facade.
The free façade meant for Le Corbusier the possibility of freeing the load-bearing functions of the wall covering, to order the full and the void with compositional and geometric criteria.
In this project there is a large double-height window, elongated side windows and a small balcony facing outside.
The free plant is evident in the plasticity in which the walls between straight and curves are managed, regardless of the structural role played by the slender pilotis.
On the top floor, the beam that runs along the two free sides of the terrace reconstructs the primary shape, the general volume therefore appears as a pure parallelepiped.
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