As the case has been with various works of Le Corbusier, the ImmeubleClarte was ahead by 50 years because of the facades of glass and extensive exposure of entries concreteness present within the building. In the year 1932 the building was finished and it provided a realization for projects of housing for families along with initial building of frame with steel. The architectural work served as a test to judge various grounds for the ideas of Corbusier that have been throughout his works been evident. There still has been very little documentation providing the knowledge of his main works and then consequently to study his world overlooking easily the essential theoretical development over housing along with the advantages of the Clarte as an indication of design integration (Coyne 2012). The Clarte by Corbusier has been described succinctly which had its main aim on the housing building with apartments that are 50 present in the building with heights of floor being doubled and wide dimensional variance along with furnishing the interiors. Nevertheless, the building has been completely constructed through elements that are standardized over the standard frame sections of steel with electric welding and conformity for strict modulation to take place with respect to the columns of the building, its beams along with its windows. This pushed the standard towards absoluteness but did not cause any limitation for the variety search within the building’s interior (Coyne 2012). The façade of uniformity present within the ImmeubleClarte as named through the initial residents and translations meaning literally buildings with clarity with complicated units of spatial characteristics present in the building. The consistency of rooms in the building were of a studio with 2 rooms to 9 rooms making the class of professionals to be completely attracted to the building especially for doctors, writers and artists who paint. For accommodating the various units within the building, certain south facing distributions doubled the spaces of height even thought there were no open facades in the south present. There were certain building units that helped in running the whole buildings width especially when others were able to run only half of the whole width being present. Certain units also constituted only two floors having personal stairs present inside the units especially when others have only an individual floor. The upper floors were planned shading different types of units (Foucault 2012). The plans of the units on the upper floors of the Clarte were mirrored throughout the center. The accessed units through 2 circulated verticals were the core at which the stair as well as the elevator was present. On the contrary to other buildings in those time, this building constituted of a vertical core of circulation with stairs and other land areas made from block of glass. The whole stairwell was decorated with the help of sky lights developing light shafts penetrating throughout the lobbies of 8 floors ranging from the floor at the base. The base floor also constituted of houses with garages that were 14 in number, cycle’s stores and prams along with flats of porter and centrally heat provision.