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

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.

Chandigarh India Colorful architecture of Le Corbusier.  Designed in the 1950's it still looks fun and playful

Chandigarh India Colorful architecture of Le Corbusier. Designed in the 1950's it still looks fun and playful

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

Details of the entrance portal, with its massive and brightly coloured concrete columns

The city Le Corbusier built: inside Chandigarh – in pictures

Details of the entrance portal, with its massive and brightly coloured concrete columns

Image 1 of 59 from gallery of AD Classics: Master Plan for Chandigarh / Le Corbusier. Photograph by Laurian Ghinitoiu

Gallery of AD Classics: Master Plan for Chandigarh / Le Corbusier - 1

Image 1 of 59 from gallery of AD Classics: Master Plan for Chandigarh / Le Corbusier. Photograph by Laurian Ghinitoiu

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

Capturing Le Corbusier's decaying architectural playground...

This is a chandigarh Le Corbusier brutalist architecture building. I like this brutalist architecture building because it is very simple, its easy to look at but my eyes do tend to wonder. Early 1950s style brutalism based on Le Corbusiers crudely fabricated concrete work in which structure and mechanical elements were featured

This is a chandigarh Le Corbusier brutalist architecture building. I like this brutalist architecture building because it is very simple, its easy to look at but my eyes do tend to wonder. Early 1950s style brutalism based on Le Corbusiers crudely fabricated concrete work in which structure and mechanical elements were featured

Chandigarh High Court - Le Corbusier Le Corbusier also incorporated a lot of bold colours into his designs. In this design the use of bold colours is prominent, and at the same time there is also a use of geometric form.

Chandigarh High Court - Le Corbusier Le Corbusier also incorporated a lot of bold colours into his designs. In this design the use of bold colours is prominent, and at the same time there is also a use of geometric form.

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