My 3rd visit over some 40 years to Villa Savoye. It is now restored and in good condition with very tall trees framing and shielding the site. A concrete example of Le Corbusier's 5 Points, this shell could serve as a wonderful weekend party house as intended but how might one use it in any other manner? The tiled bathtub has nasty sharp edges and the ramps tnow seem too steep going up or down. If I remember correctly, there were primary colors originally but not now. How would one furnish it? How would one occupy it? It is such a powerful framing of modern life that one would need to simply submit to its logic and Le Corbusier.
This photo is from Whistler Peak in January 2017. Black Tusk is on the left. I climbed it many years ago. Rather rotten rock - a bit nasty.
When I was a Whistler boy in the 1970s, there was a saying: "When Whistler is good it is the best but when it is bad it is the worst."