The Manifesto: Defining a relevant “Frame” and intriguing (closing) argument in
The house poses the problem of architecture a fresh by calling for totally new means of realization, an entirely new ground-plan adapted to a new way of life, an aesthetic arising out of a new frame of mind. There comes a time when a collective passion stirs an epoch (the Pan-Germanism of 1900-20, or the charity of the first Christians, etc.)This passion animates actions, gives them a strong tinge and a direction.
Today this passion is the passion for precision. Precision carried a very long way and elevated to the status of an ideal: the striving for perfection.
LE CORBUSIER: GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF TOWN PLANNING
See the attachment below on how the manifesto works.