Dr. Schmidle teaches advanced seminars on the History of Architecture and on Architectural Theory an the Department of Architecture at Univerität Karlsruhe, Germany. She earned her doctorate from the same academic institution.
2008 0-7734-5150-1 This book showcases exciting new trends in Corbusian scholarship. The authors, an international group of architectural historians, draw analogies between Le Corbusier’s machine à habiter and twentieth-century political and social movements such as Italian and German Fascism and the multi-national New Woman Movement. This book contains twenty black and white photographs and five color photographs.