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Le Corbusier’s Cabanon at the RIBA

The Royal Institute of British Architects and Cassina present the exhibition ‘Le Corbusier’s Cabanon 1952/2006 – The Interior 1:1’ in the Florence Hall of the RIBA.
Le Corbusier Roquebrune-Cap-Martin : Cabanon © FLC/SIAE L3[5]5
The exhibition features the reconstruction of the actual interior of the Cabanon that Le Corbusier planned and built in 1952 for his holidays at Cap-Martin. The Cabanon is an apparently unpretentious sea-side hut, comprising a remarkable example of micro-architecture, full of meaning.
Continuing its research into the work of the Maestri of architecture, Cassina has taken care of this project, now presented with the aim of divulging greater knowledge of the values of the architectural interior.

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