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    1993 February: Le Corbusier In the SunSubscription

    Essay20 June, 2011

    [ARCHIVE] The Marseilles Unite and the monuments of Chandigarh have been held up as an example of Le Corbusier’s interest in passive energy control. Christopher Mackenzie questioned these assumptions on a visit to India

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    2003 March: Chandigarh, Once the Future CitySubscription

    Essay16 June, 2011

    [Archive] After years of struggle in Rio, Algiers, Saint Die and Bogota, Le Corbusier, at the age of 62, had the rare opportunity to apply his theories to the design of a new city. Chandigarh was to be his most momentous assignment: the only urban plan of substance he implemented

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    1987 January: ChandigarhSubscription

    Essay12 June, 2011

    The Governor’s Garden which fuses architecture and landscape in a way unparalleled in Le Corbusier’s ouvre is analysed by Caroline Constant, and set in the context of his changing attitudes to landscape.

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    1964 June: Chandigarh, The AssemblySubscription

    Building10 June, 2011

    The third of Le Corbusier’s major buildings on the capitol at Chandigarh - The Assembly - is discussed in this article by Charles Correa, the Indian architect who practiced in Bombay