Renault Corbusier Concept

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The Renault Corbusier concept is apparently inspired by Corbusier’s modernist principles and theories. A real shame that the Renault Designers appears to only be interested in the stylistic elements of his architecture, and not the underlying philosophy. Interesting to compare this to Corbusier’s own concept of car, the “Voiture Minimum”, which was meant to be a people’s car, and not a high-end concept.
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