|aLe Corbusier's Pavillon for Zurich :|bmodel and prototype of an ideal exhibition space /|cCatherine Dumont d'Ayot ; in collaboration with Tim Benton.
|aZürich :|bInstitute of Historic Building Research and Conservation, ETH Zürich ;|aZürich :|bLars Müller,|c2013.
|a223 p. :|bill. (partly col.), col. plans ;|c25 cm.
|a"Client, Heidi Weber : architects: concept, Le Corbusier : site supervision 1961-February 1966, Willy Boesiger : construction supervision April 1966-July 1967, Alain Taves and Robert Rebutato : engineers: steel structure, Louis Fruitet : facade studies, Jean Prouve."
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aWeber, Heidi|xArt collections.
|aHeidi Weber Museum, Centre Le Corbusier|vExhibitions.
This book explains for the first time the significance of the pavilion, which differs strongly from the beton brut of Le Corbusier's late work, in terms of its position as one of the architect's central and forward-looking works.