Clifty Creek Elementary School

Richard Meier
1982




Meier, a so-called "White," uses a slick version of the International Style.

Details of the front

The curved end of the building

The back of the building leading to the intimate courtyard




Details of the courtyard

 

Details of the slick machine-like forms

The allusions to Le Corbusier are especially evident in the use of tubular steel railings (the ocean liner look) and the repeated geometries (especially the square).
 

The service entrance

The entrance canopies here (and on the courtyard side as well) allude to Le Corbusier.



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