The Chandigarh Catalogue is a project documenting the Indian city masterplanned by Le Corbusier in the 1950’s. The project collates studies undertaken by architect Jonathan Nicholls and editor/artist Patsy Craig.
The Chandigarh Catalogue is a collection of photographs, interviews, building studies and archival material used to identify and file traces of everyday life in the modernist city. The catalogue brings together these studies, in exhibition and published form, to consider the effects of Modernist design on society and culture.
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On show at the RIBA, 5 March - 28 April 2009
Talk on the Chandigarh Catalogues at the Barbican. Sunand Prasad, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Peter Carl, London Metropolitan University and Aunrag Verma, University of East London will discuss the enduring legacy of Le Corbusier’s work in Chandigarh.
19.30, 2 April 2009, Barbican, Redgrave Room, Level 4