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Typical habitation of the native amazon indian Royalty Free Stock Photo
Typical habitation of the native amazon people Royalty Free Stock Photo
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Come home with confidence. purchase of new habitation. Cardboard boxes - moving to new house. repair of room. new Royalty Free Stock Photo
Habitation Clement in Martinique Royalty Free Stock Photo
The Unite d’Habitation in French city of Marseille
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Insurance of habitation. Isolated 3D image Royalty Free Stock Photo
Exterior of Habitation Murat in Marie Galante, Guadeloupe Royalty Free Stock Photo
Unite d Habitation in Marseille hdr Royalty Free Stock Photo
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The Unite d’Habitation in Marseille was the first large scale project for the famed architect Le Corbusier to supply the need for housing. In 1947 Le Corbusier was commissioned to design a multi-family residential housing project for the people of Marseille that were dislocated after the bombings on France. The Unite d’ Habitation, completed in 1952, was the first of a new housing project series for Le Corbusier that focused on communal living for all the inhabitants to shop, play, live, and come together in a “vertical garden city.”


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