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Sold to scrap dealers for a pittance, the furniture designed by the creators of Chandigarh has been, over the years, fetching high prices at the auction houses in several countries. The UT Administration had woken up to the worth of the furniture
On View A Curious Path to Auction for India's Modernist Furniture The unlikely trajectory of the Modernist furniture designed for Le Corbusier's utopian Indian city of Chandigarh. Two years ago, the artist Amie Siegel was looking through an online
The Administration will be writing to the Ministry of Culture for the purpose. It is expected that a fresh dossier will be prepared to present Chandigarh's case forcefully...Chandigarh's case is believed to be fit for inclusion in the category of
Photo-journey into 'dream city' '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' Agencies : New Delhi, Thu Sep 13 2012, 13:53 hrs Over 60 years after architect Le Corbusier gave shape to Chandigarh, a French photographer is delving into the heart
Experts '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' With hundreds of replicas of furniture designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and their team having been made, the experts are divided over what can be termed heritage.
Travel + Leisure) It comes as no surprise that this French West Indies island, with its white-sand beaches, over-the-top villas, and celebrity devotees, should be home to one of the Caribbean's most stylishly revamped hotels.
There can't be too many cities in the world that have been designed from scratch to resemble a living organism, complete with head, heart, limbs and circulatory system. Le Corbusier, the Swiss-born modernist architect who was hired to design
Curated by Davide Deriu, Senior Lecturer in Architecture at the University of Westminster, London, the exhibition focuses on model photography as a distinctive genre. It proposes an inextricable link with the so-called model boom' and the explosion
Galerie Anton Meier inaugurated the first exhibition in Switzerland devoted to the work Pierre Jeanneret on September 20 at the Palais de l'Athenee. The exhibition, The Chandigarh Project, features a selection of furniture created for the
The architect Pierre Jeanneret spent his career in the large shadow of his famous cousin, Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, better known as Le Corbusier. These Swiss-born men set up a Paris office in the 1920s, and Jeanneret, whose archive is only now