The Chandigarh project is considered Le Corbusier’s most mature work that summarises his poetics, technique and ideology, consistent with his will to research and contribute to the culture of architecture and design.

These four products are a tribute to Pierre Jeanneret, a key figure in the realization of Chandigarh.

His experience in India lasted until the end of his days in 1967.

His close and continuous contact with the local territory led him to combine essential forms with simple materials to create a meeting point between modern European ideals and the traditional Indian spirit.