Title page to Tony Garnier's Une cité industrielle
Art School in Garnier's utopian city of the future
Color panorama of Garnier's utopian Industrial City
Education Zone of Garnier's utopian city of the future
Ground plan of the library in Garnier's utopian city
Modernist hotel in Garnier's utopian city of the future
Residence in Garnier's utopian modern city
Residential neighborhood in Garnier's utopian modern city
Garnier's Une cité industrielle
Tony Garnier (1869 - 1948) was a French architect who pioneered the use of reinforced concrete and was a forerunner of modernist urban planning.
Garnier's grand concept of an imaginary planned industrial city, worked out in the earliest years of the 20th century, was first published in 1918. This work, Une cité industrielle, is a portfolio of over 160 plates, and is both visionary and detailed in its socialist organization.