As seen in the King County Library in downtown Bellevue:

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Gandhi, Kahlo, Sappho... and Le Corbusier?

Le Corbusier's views on urban planning have also been largely discredited for encouraging the design of public plazas that are viewed by many as being sterile and divisive of urban space. The public housing projects influenced by his ideas are seen by most as having had the effect of isolating poor communities in monolithic high-rises and breaking the social ties integral to a community's development.

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