Le Corbusier's Chandigarh manhole cover recently sold for £15,000, although there is no suggestion the furniture was bought or sold illegally.

Le Corbusier's Indian masterpiece Chandigarh is stripped for parts

Le Corbusier's Chandigarh manhole cover recently sold for £15,000, although there is no suggestion the furniture was bought or sold illegally.

Le Corbusier - Assembly of Chandigarh, 1955      onsomething    Le Corbusier | Assembly of Chandigarh, 1955  Photo via 1

Le Corbusier - Assembly of Chandigarh, 1955 onsomething Le Corbusier | Assembly of Chandigarh, 1955 Photo via 1

1953 The Palace of Justice in Chandigarh, India by Le Corbusier - Exploiting plasticity of concrete

Chandigarh: A planned city

1953 The Palace of Justice in Chandigarh, India by Le Corbusier - Exploiting plasticity of concrete

The pioneering architect Le Corbusier spent the 1950s bringing concrete to Chandigarh and 'the City Beautiful'. Picture by Matthias Van Rossen. #Midcenturymagazine

Chandigarh: India's modernist marvel

The pioneering architect Le Corbusier spent the 1950s bringing concrete to Chandigarh and 'the City Beautiful'. Picture by Matthias Van Rossen. #Midcenturymagazine

Completed in 1951 in Chandigarh, India. On August 15, 1947, on the eve of India’s independence from the United Kingdom, came a directive which would transform the subcontinent for the next...

AD Classics: Master Plan for Chandigarh / Le Corbusier

Completed in 1951 in Chandigarh, India. On August 15, 1947, on the eve of India’s independence from the United Kingdom, came a directive which would transform the subcontinent for the next...

Pierre Jeanneret Armchair Chandigarh India

Pierre Jeanneret Armchair Chandigarh India

Capturing Le Corbusier's decaying architectural playground...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Capturing Le Corbusier's decaying architectural playground...

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