Portfolio with complete text and 10 lithographs, (sheets) full margins, loose as issued. Rhodoid-gravures is a special technique of engraving created by Le Corbusier, using a thick film of cellulose acetate. He applied black color and etched lines to form the composition. The lithographs and etchings are a result of the collaboration between Le Corbusier, Fernand Mourlot and Heidi Weber.
One of 125 numbered copies. Signed and numbered in pencil, on the title page verso. Printed and published by Mourlot, Paris. Original red linen portfolio. Very good impressions. Ref. Weber p. 44.
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