“I am a fan of the author's previous books on daylighting and light in architecture and am pleased to discover that he has written a book on Le Corbusier's Chapel at Ronchamp and Monastery of La Tourette.
This book will bring high-quality architectural photographs by Henry Plummer to the audiences of architects and architecture students internationally, lighting designers, interior designers and photographers. The author is widely known for the quality of his architectural photographs and those included substantiate this reputation. This will be a great service, both helping to overcome the ubiquitous low-quality images of these buildings that are reproduced over and over in books and articles on Le Corbusier as well as expanding our visual understanding of this master architect.
— M. Susan Ubbelohde, Professor of Architecture, University of California at Berkeley
“It is my firm belief that Henry Plummer is one of the leading authorities on the importance of understanding the valuable role that light plays in the creation of architecture. This would seem to be of major importance now as we deal with sustainable environments and the role of available energy such as daylight. ”
— Richard C. Peters, Professor Emeritus of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley