Photographer Roberto Conte has documented the concrete structures and geometric designs of the Le Corbusier-designed Indian city.
For Le Corbusier, Chandigarh’s Sector 1 is where the master architect unleashed his creativity, setting up the city’s most awe-inspiring landmark – The Capitol Complex
Read more from source: Capitol Complex: Here’s everything you need to know about Chandigarh’s UNESCO Heritage
This town in Northern India was one of the first planned cities in the country.
Source: The man, his legacy and more
Chandigarh, the Le Corbusier-designed capital of Punjab and Haryana, could surely use the attention.
Jerry Coyne has a few more travel posts from India: three or four, including this one, which documents his visit to the IISER (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research) at Mohali, a city adjacent to Chandigarh, which is here:
One of the most important urban planning experiments of the 20th century, Le Corbusier’s Chandigarh is an Indian city unlike any other.