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By Vinay K. Ingle, John G. Proakis

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One might well conclude that while regulating lines were not part of Le Corbusier’s design process at Villa de Monzie/Stein, use of the geometrical approximation of the golden section surely was. Le Corbusier’s interest in the golden number, both in architecture and painting, predates the villa at Garches. And the iconic whole-number approximation of the golden ratio—8:5—is an undeniable property of the villa’s basic physical relationships, which surely cannot be explained as a post-facto phenomenon (see n.

The west “elevation” (see Figure 9), for example, has attributes very much like the "facade" of Adolph Loos’s Tzara House, which was constructed in Paris a year earlier (1925–26). I think it is likely that Le Corbusier saw Loos's project before he completed his design of Garches. 47 The site plan by Werner Seligmann is the basis for this observation (see n. 51 below). Seligmann confirmed in a conversation with me that his measurements of Garches show that the distance in front of the house to the boundary of the parking court is a square, completing a golden rectangle with the ground floor plan, as his published drawings imply; see Michael Dennis, Court and Garden: From the French Hotel to the City of Modern Architecture, (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 1986), p.

Pp. 19 and 53–56, uncovers the surprising fact that it was Gabrielle de Monzie, co-tenant with Sarah and Michael Stein, who held legal title to the land and assumed principal fiduciary responsibility for the construction of the villa. Villa de Monzie/Stein, therefore—as opposed to Villa Stein or even Villa Stein-de Monzie (though this is how the house is denominated in LCA), or the slightly different punctuational variation Villa Stein/de Monzie—perhaps more properly reflects the historical record.

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