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Cité Radieuse combines elements from many of Le Corbusier’s previous designs


World Heritage Corb: Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation in Marseille is one of French-Swiss architect’s most recognised buildings, and is the last in our series exploring the 17 of his projects added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List (+ slideshow). (more…)

Le Corbusier’s Chandigarh government buildings captured in new images by Benjamin Hosking


World Heritage Corb: for the next instalment in our series on the 17 Le Corbusier buildings added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list, Australian photographer Benjamin Hosking shares new images of Capitol Complex in Chandigarh – the Indian city that gave the architect a chance to test his Modernist theories on a grand scale (+ slideshow). (more…)

Le Corbusier’s Cabanon seaside cabin is his smallest building on the World Heritage List


World Heritage Corb: we’re revisiting some of Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier‘s most important projects, to mark the addition of 17 of his buildings to UNESCO’s World Heritage list. First up is his seaside holiday cabin, Cabanon, on the Côte d’Azur in France – a tiny building tied to some of the most important moments in the architect’s life. (more…)