Chandigarh, Oct 25 : Le-Corbusier, the Swiss-French architect, who designed Chandigarh in the 1950s has a museum dedicated to his name. Old Architects'' building in Chandigarh''s Sector 9, which was the office of Le Corbusier, has now been converted into a museum.
Called `Le Corbusier Museum and Research Centre'', it is the sixth such center in the world and the second in India after a museum in Ahmedabad.
Le Corbusier designed and constructed buildings throughout Europe and India and one each in North and South America. He was an urban planner, painter, sculptor, writer and modern furniture designer.