In the 1940s master architect Le Corbusier developed the Modulor, a universal system of proportion based on the measurements of the human body and the golden section found throughout nature. The Modulor Rule, a two-sided measuring tape housed in a distinctive tin container, features the renowned system in striking red and blue with inch and centimeter scales on the reverse. The package also includes an insert with a brief duallanguage introduction (in English and French). The Modulor Rule is a perfect gift for architects and modern design buffs alike—an essential tool and important piece of design history, now accessible to all.
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Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier (Charles Edouard Jenneret) was also an urban planner, writer, theorist, and painter. He was among the most influential architects of the twentieth century, and his work epitomises the modern design movement that came to be known as the International Style.
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