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Here, Le Corbusier depicts the subtle approaches of the architectural styles starting a evolution eschewing stylistic trends for functional design. Abandoning trends is important in that this is how he feels we will adapt to modern problems with modern solutions—styles are independent of actual utility and a stylish building does not imply a useful one. The only reason we still live in old homes is because we are used to them and yet we struggle against the counterintuitive clash of their design and our needs. The idea of living in a modern age, one different from even the recent past while architects just build in the style that is popular, engineers look at practical constraints, needs, economic problems, mathematics, and build with all these things in mind—this is the problem. In return, Architects must let this force of selection update their work and not cling to trends of the past. Simultaneously, they must not only be engineers who strive to solve problems but also artists whose work exhibits beauty. “Beauty governs all; she is of purely human creation,” (Le Corbusier, Towards a New Architecture,1924 p.148)But striving for beauty is not to be the focus until architects can first reduce institutions to their essence so as to create standards “in order to later face the problem of perfection,”  (Le Corbusier, Towards a New Architecture,1924 p.148).   Then the competition and seeking of perfection will come naturally.Nonetheless, Le Corbusier’s philosophy is inherently modern in its application of industrial and Darwinist ideologies to best adapt architecture to new problems of the modern age.To conclude, This unique book acts as a manifesto in order to provoke wide ranges of audiences and architects to construct its motivation of towards an architect. The book draws its eloquence from new means its magnificent illustration sustain next to the text the parallel discourse of power, this new conception of the book through explicit and revolutionary discourse of illustrations allows the author to avoid infectual phrases and descriptions, therefore the facts stand out before the eyes of the reader, the text of the book is simply a guideline handout by lyricist of a hundred century past. mind through the magnificent era of history begins to describe itself within grandeur of calculations, the modesty and temerity of science and  the