Originally Posted by mafoofan
The latter. I don't dislike it, I just don't want to be overwhelmed.
This is good, I gave up on trying to explain myself in the other thread; my aesthetic is light on danish even though I enjoy the details of it more than any other style.
Originally Posted by StephenHero
There are four LeCorbusier buildings in France good enough to justify averting your attention away from the rest of France to see: Villa Savoye, La Tourette, Ronchamp, and the chapel of Firminy. If it's not one of those four, just go see France.
Thank you for the suggestions, I like the monastery, so that would be an interesting visit and I think after all we may end up skipping most of the Le Corbusier buildings in paris and taking the trip out to Villa Savoye. I agreed not to make the trip an architecture pilgrimage, so it will be mainly dedicated to other things.