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How do residents utilise a city after the architect has gone? And what does the area of Linkeroever in Antwerp have to do with the Indian city of Chandigarh? Discover how residents live in a carefully designed city and learn about the underlying vision of the renowned modernist architect Le Corbusier. Le Corbusier (1887-1965) was an architect who believed that the way a city is built can improve the lives of its residents. He drew up plans for Antwerp-Linkeroever that were never completed and built an entirely new city in India called Chandigarh. This exhibition immerses the visitor in Le Corbusier's ideas, and lets them saunter through the streets of Chandigarh and peer behind Linkeroever’s façades.
Le Corbusier. Linkeroever – Chandighar


Hanzestedeplaats 1
2000 Antwerp


From Saturday, April 6, 2019
To Sunday, August 18, 2019


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