During the times of 1920s and 1930s the modern master Le Corbusier did the experiment which included the series of Utopian avant grade design concepts. These concepts had actually stemmed from the visions of the ideal city which can help in the reunification of the citizens in a very open and a highly ordered environment. This led to the creation of the elevated culture in the universal manner. He had also given the proposal for the Plan Viosin which was the mega project based on the Utopian avant-garde design. This design called for the bulldozing of the central Paris and the replacement of the same with the 60 story tower of monolithic design which is made from the organized steel grid and a lot of green space.
It had been believed by Corbusier that the efficient plan can help in the transformation of the society and will help in raising the overall standards of living. The divisions of the houses were based on class, which illustrated the flaws in the Utopian aspirations. There was a detailed plan for the creation of the spacious highways, beautifully designed public service stations, markets on the side of the road, schools along with beautiful gardens and the parks which consists of many things for enjoyment . The total number of apartments and trains had been kept to the minimum. This was because of the belief that pedestrians can safely exist only on the open land.After the carnage of the First World War, there had been a huge utopian fervour. This was the kind of belief which stated that the condition of the human beings could be healed with respect to the application of the new approaches to the art and design. This included that the designs should be much more spiritual, much more sensual and much more rational.
During the same time, a new model had been offered to the world by the Russian Revolution. This had been offered for the new society which had been created. This desire to create the Utopian desire which connected with the art and life further led to the development of such a spirit that included the collaboration of the artists and the designers. As a result of the Utopian vision, the aesthetic conventions had been largely overturned before the war. However after the war the designers began to look for the –process further. A higher focus had been laid on some of the basic elements related to the design. This includes the Utopian vision to have the proper housing and the furniture, the domestic goods and the clothes. These things had been reinvented for the development of a new century. There was the creation of the large number of new concepts as per the Utopian vision. The designs were made more and more avant-grade.