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After the first semester of analysis of Le Corbusier, the information that had been gained from La Roche and La Petite Maison provided the backbone for the design of the house. Beginning with the site, the first step was establishing a relationship between the river and the road...Taking key elements from the analysis of both houses: the core of La Petite Maison connecting two sides and the compression from La Roche, much of the final design resulted from those elements.
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