In the first year after his election in 1981, François Mitterrand launched in Paris a construction operation of such size as France had not experienced since Napoleon III and Louis XIV. ‘Les sept grands travaux’ would thoroughly change the landscape of architecture in France.
When Charlotte Perriand in October 1927 stepped into the studio in the Rue de Sèvres in Paris, she was told initially by Le Corbusier that he couldn’t offer her a knitting. However, she was accepted anyway. The collaboration with Le Corbusier and Jeanneret resulted in a series of furniture that are now called modern “classics”.
Le Corbusier’s as an urban planning raged against the old town. For an exploration of the most controversial and perhaps most misunderstood aspect of the work of Le Corbusier, we relied on Professor Charles Vermeersch.
The exhibition “L’Aventure Le Corbusier 1827-1965” at the Centre Beaubourg in Paris covers the entire 5th floor and shows dozens of models, hundreds of photos and drawings, paintings and original documents.
This time no packed architectural program as in previous years, but a three-day trip with possibility to wander around.
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