Located in La Plata, Argentina, Maison Curutchet was designed in 1949 for surgeon Dr. Pedro Domingo Curutchet. Though Le Corbusier never visited the site or met the doctor, the two exchanged correspondences by letter.
It’s a mistake that anyone could make, if they’d just watched The Ladies Man.
UNESCO has just announced the addition of 17 of Le Corbusier’s projects to its World Heritage List, calling the Swiss-French modernist extraordinaire’s "architectural work an outstanding contribution to the modern movement."
Paris-based Swiss artist Felice Varini, known for transforming buildings and cities into canvases for his geometric perspectival artworks, has turned his eye to a Corbusier-designed housing project and art space in Marseille.
Every summer since 2008, one apartment in Cité Radieuse, Le Corbusier’s groundbreaking Brutalist housing complex, has received a designer facelift that totally reimagines the space. This year, it’s Italian designer Alessandro Mendini’s turn.
The Corbusier-designed lamp that was cited as an inspiration for Kanye West's Yeezus album has been relaunched by an Italian firm.
Belgian artist Xavier Delory Photoshopped images of Le Corbusier's iconic chapel in Ronchamp, France, covered in graffiti. While scandalous for some, the vibrant, colorful images have a subversive appeal.
How did this masterpiece by a Corbusier disciple ended up in a Lexington suburb?
The great architect's first public housing project has reopened after a $36.1 million restoration, and current residents -- trained by the Fondation Le Corbusier -- are giving guided tours.
Marked by sweeping glass walls and soaring living areas, the rectilinear contemporary particularly takes to heart Le Corbusier's call for "space and light and order."