Centre d'art international, Erlenbach, Germany, 1962
This project is planned in the open country. Erlenbach is situated in the crossing of the axis Stockholm-Rome and Paris-Vienna-Beograd-Bucarest.

The plan provides a museum of unlimited extension, a "Boîte à miracles", a "Théâtre spontané", a pavilion for itinernate exhibitions, a studio and depository for the museum and a garden for the sculptures.

The project made by Le Corbusier's office has been presented as a copy-book (21 x33 cm), the so called "Grid CIAM". This manner of presentation was created in 1947 by the ASCORAL (Assembly of Constructors for an Architectural Renovation).

Extract from Le Corbusier, Oeuvre complète, volume 7, 1957-1965
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