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Scott Sørli

Scott Sørli's transdisciplinary practice concerns itself with moments when form and matter engage the economic and political forces that produce the city. He was co-founder of convenience, a window gallery that provided an opening for art that engages, experiments, and takes risks with architectural, urban, and civic realms. He also was chair of Toronto's peace subcommittee of the Nathan Phillips Square Community Advisory Committee. Sørli has taught architecture at several institutions, including in Jakarta, Cambridge, Sudbury, and Toronto.

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Five Points


The Villa Savoie was completed in 1931.


Le Corbusier spends the next eleven years on assorted projects for Algiers. His Algerian sketchbooks are missing.


The five essential points set out below represent a

fundamentally new aesthetic.


Nothing is left to us of the architecture of past epochs,

just as we can no longer derive any benefit from the literary and historical teaching given in schools.


— Le Corbusier

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