ASIA-INDIA/Panjab-Chandigarh

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'The world atlas of Architecture' John Julius Norwich/Portland House,1988, http://www.earthwisdom.com.,

 

Railway Station
 
   Chandigarh

 


 
Sculpture of front garden of Chandigarh Railway Station by Nek Chand from Rock Garden. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 19 September 1995.

 

Open Hand/Monument de la Main Ouverte
    Capitol sector 1, Chandigarh 



 Built on 1986, designed on 1952 for monument. Architect by Le Corbusier on 1946-52/Build after Le Corbusier died.

 

High Court/Palais de Justice
 
  Capitol sector 1, Chandigarh 

 

 Built in 1956, designed on 1952 for public building. Architect by Le Corbusier on 1946-52/Each courtroom has a different L.C. tapestry.

 

Secretary Building
    Capitol sector 1, Chandigarh 



 Built on 1958, for Public building. Architect by Le Corbusier on 1946-52 for Governmental administration.

 

Parliament Building/Palais de l'Assemblée
   
Capitol sector 1, Chandigarh 



 
Built in 1962, designed in 1952 for public building. Architect by Le Corbusier on 1946-52, one of most extraordinary buildings.

 

Panjab University Museum
  
 Panjab University, Chandigarh

 
  


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 19 September 1995.

 

School of Archtecture
  
 Panjab University, Chandigarh



 
Built in 1965-69, Architect by Le Corbusier on 1959/Duplicated for school of architecture in sector 12. 

 

Gandhi Bhavan Auditorium
  
 Panjab University, Chandigarh



 
Designed Pierre Janne, who causins of Le Corbusier.

 

Complex Centre
  
 Chandigarh

  

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 19 September 1995.

 

Centre Ville
  
 Sector 17, Chandigarh



 District sector 17, built in 1968, designed in 1950 for city planning. Architect by
Le Corbusier on 1946-52, but he only supervised the plan.

 

Lake Sukhuna
  
 Chandigarh

 


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 19 September 1995.

 

Rock Garden
   Sector 1, Chandigarh 

 



 Inaucurated by Shri K.Banarji-chief commissioner on December 10, 1983. Recycling park doneted from Nek Chand. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 19 September 1995.