List of Le Corbusier buildings – Wikipedia

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Name City State/
Country Designed Completed Other Information Image Villa Stotzer 6, Chemin de Pouillerel La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland 1907 1908 heritage listed Villa Stotzer La Chaux Aug 2013.jpg Villa Jacquemet La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland 1908 1908 Villa Favre-Jacot near La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland 1912 Le Locle Scala Cinema La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland 1916 1916 Rue de la Serre Water tower Les Landes 1917 1917 Château d’eau of Château Chavat Podensac France 1917 heritage listed Villa Besnus (Ker-Ka-Ré) Paris France 1922 1922 completely altered[1] Ozenfant House and Studio Paris France 1922 heritage listed (1975)[1] Villa Jeanneret Paris France 1923 1925 World Heritage Site (2016)[2] viewfrom Square du Docteur Blanche View of the house from the Square Pavillon de L’Esprit Nouveau Paris France 1924 1924 destroyed; replica built in 1977 in Bologna, Italy Pavillon L'Esprit Nouveau Maisons Lipchitz & Miestschaninoff Boulogne-sur-Seine, Paris France 1923 1924 House and studio Maison lipchitz Villa Lipschtz Studio Miestschaninoff Boulogne-sur-Seine France 1923 1924 Artists studio attached to Maison Lipchitz view of studio from Allee des Pins View of Studio from the street Tonkin House Bordeaux France 1924 1924 Extension to existing house Housing at Lege Bordeaux France 1924 Cité Frugès Pessac France 1924 1926 World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Cité Frugès, Pessac 08 Villa Cook Boulogne-sur-Seine France 1926 1926 described by L-C as’La vraie maison cubique’ or The true cubic house.[4] Maison Cook from Denfert-Rochereau

Maison Cook from the street

Cite de Peuple Paris 75013 France 1926 1926 Salvation Army hostel Villa Ternisien 5, Allee des Pins, Boulogne-sur-Seine, Paris France 1926 The remains of this building can be clearly seen today beneath the four storey block which was built over it. Demolished 1935[1] Villa Ternisien, 1926.

Maison Ternisien, 1926

Villa Stein / Les Terraces Garches, Paris France 1926 1927 heritage listed (1975)[1] Pavilion de l’Esprit Nouveau Paris France 1926 1926 Demolished soon afterwards Two Villas at Weissenhof Estate Stuttgart Germany 1927 World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Villa Le Corbusier, Weissenhof Villa Savoye Poissy-sur-Seine, France France 1928 1931 heritage listed (1965);[1] World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Villa Savoye gate lodge at Villa Savoye Poissy-sur-Seine France 1928 1931 Heritage listed (1965) World heritage site (2016) minimal house by le Corbusier Gate lodge to Villa Savoye Tsentrosoyuz Moscow Soviet Union 1928 1933 Viewfrom Miasnitskaia Street street view of the front facade Maison Church Paris France 1928 Demolished Salvation Army floating dormatory River Seine Paris France 1929 1929 Pavillon Suisse Cité Universitaire, Paris France 1930 1932 Swiss students hostel at Cite Universitaire Swiss students hostel at Cite Universitaire 1930 Maison Errazuriz Chile Chile 1930 Immeuble Clarté Geneva Switzerland 1930 1932 heritage listed (1986); World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Immeuble Clarté, Geneva Charles de Beistegui penthouse apartment Paris France 1930 1930 Immeuble Molitor 24, rue Nungessor & Coli, 75016 Paris France 1931 1934 Apartment building with similar facades to two streets. Contains le Corbusier’s own apartment; World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Immeuble Molitor, Paris Villa le Setout Marennes France 1935 Young Mans Apartment Brussels Belgium 1935 Weekend house La Celle St Cloud France 1934 1935 Pavilion des Temps Nouveau Paris France 1937 demolished Currutchet House La Plata Argentina 1949 1953 National Historic Monument of Argentina; World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Curutchet House Holiday huts Cap Martin France Maison des Pelerins Ronchamp France 1950 hostel to the above. Unite des d’Habitations Reze-les-Nantes France 1952 1955 Cabanon de vacances Roquebrune-Cap-Martin France 1949 1951 With Jacques Michel, Jean Prouve and Charles Berberis; World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Cabanon de vacances Work shack Cap Martin France 1954 1954 A small workroom at end of path beside the Cabanon Bhakra Dam Himalyas India 1955 Villa Sarabhai Ahmedabad India 1955 1956 Secretariat Building Chandigarh India 1953 1953 World Heritage Site (2016)[2] Secretariat Building, Chandigarh Governor’s Palace Chandigarh India 1953 unbuilt Sector 17 Central Business Area Chandigarh India 1961 1969 Baghdad Gymnasium Baghdad Iraq 1956 Unité d’Habitation of Meaux Meaux France 1957 Unite d’Habitation Briey-en-Foret France 1957 Unite de Camping Cap Martin France 1957 1957 Small camping hostel adjoining Cabanon Philips Pavilion at the 1958 World Expositon Brussels Belgium 1958 1958 Iannis Xenakis
was assigned to build it Philips Pavilion Government College of Art (GCA) and the Chandigarh College of Architecture(CCA) Chandigarh India 1950 1959 Chandigarh College of Architecture Center for Electronic Calculus, Olivetti Milan Italy 1961 Firminy-Vert Stadium Firminy France 1965 1966 heritage listed (1984)[1] Centre Le Corbusier / Heidi Weber Museum Zurich Switzerland 1963 1966 heritage listed Heidi Weber Museum Club House Chandigarh India 1964 Church of Saint-Pierre, Firminy Firminy France 1960 2006 (built posthumously and completed
under José Oubrerie’s guidance in 2006) Saint-Pierre Baghdad Gymnasium Baghdad Iraq 1956 1980

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