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The Beehive Metaphor: From Gaudi to Le Corbusier

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Since time immemorial, bees have been associated with all manner of virtues. The beehive has served as the model for an ideal society, while honey and wax have provided the basis for countless positive metaphors of sweetness and productivity. The natural architecture created by bees in their hives can be said to approach perfection. In this book, the author shows how this lucid modular structure had a considerable influence on the architects and artists who founded the Modern movement." Hide synopsis

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