Musée, Chandigarh, India, 1952
Museum and Art Gallery. Le Corbusier built similar museums in Ahmedabad (India) in 1952 and in Tokyo in 1956.

The Chandigarh Museum is situated on the Jan Marg, whose entrance is on the side of the Leisure Valley. Generous use was made of indirect light sources. A notable feature here is the intensive painting of the walls, black, white, red and yellow. On the west side there is a lecture hall for 200 persans. Of special interest are the water ducts installer] on the roof and the huge sprinklers.

Extract from Le Corbusier, Oeuvre complète, volume 8, 1965-1969
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