Stuttgart – Schlossplatz, the work of Otto Dix, the Porsche or Mercedes-Benz Museum, the television tower and houses 13 - 15 of the Weissenhof Estate by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. The single-family house No. 13 is based on the concept of "Citrohan Häuser" that Le Corbusier presented in his 1920-1922 studies.
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The Unité d'Habitation in Berlin-Charlottenburg differs in some architectural features from its sisters in France. Some features are missing, but Le Corbusier found clever solutions to cover up the deviations. For the 60th anniversary, the Paris artist Florence Cosnefroy now realised the project "Colour Dialogue".
On the occasion of the Munich Creative Business Week, the bdia organized a unique event at the Hotel THE LOVELACE in Munich's city center, where the creative and architectural scene met for cross-industry networking. As a special centerpiece of the event, 9 colour prisms stood out in the air, which were implemented with all 63 colours by Le Corbusier.
The exhibition of the Cobra Museum for Modern Art places the multi-dimensionality of Le Corbusier in the foreground - with original, and as yet unpublished, drawings, paintings, tapestries and objects.
On Le Corbusier's colour concept in collective building, Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier speaks with the French architect and architecture historian Pascal Mory, as well as Fabian Hörmann, associate at the Zurich architectural office EM2N.
The renowned Swiss architecture firm EM2N presents the unique walking exhibition "Together! The new architecture of the community" in the Vitra Design Museum. For the colour design EM2N used Le Corbusier's Architectural Polychromy.
The exhibition "Keyboard of Colours" is realized in selected shades of Le Corbusier's Architectural Polychromy with KEIM colours.
Cogedim initiates "Multi Facettes" an exceptional exhibition to honor Le Corbusier and his work with selected lithographies and interior design products by Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier product partners.
The exhibition "stainless colours" by designer Frédéric Gaunet and Tolix in the Villa Savoye in Poissy, France.