# REFERENCE /// Claude Parent’s Oblique Function

Claude Parent‘s Oblique Function establishes the oblique ground as a new relationship between architecture and the body. No more facade, only experiencable architectural elements. The body can climb up and down, seat, lay down on this oblique plan.

The three last pictures are the French Pavilion at the 1970 Venice biennial which was designed by Claude Parent as a live experience of his theories about the oblique.

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