So it's busy

Le Corbusier opened on Wednesday evening and it's been non-stop ever since!
For the first in the series of Thursday Lates, Jamie Fobert chose to speak about what he felt are the two sides of Le Corbusier – the radical urbanist and the sculptor of natural forms – the Plan Voisin of 1925 and the Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp. More than 70 of you came.

Exhibition curator Arthur Ruegg spoke about Le Corbusier's autobiographical interiors - a wonderful exploration of his own interiors and those that he promoted in his architecture. It was striking to see how many of Arthur's former students now based in London attended.

Also taking place was Tony Hayward and Peter Marigold's 'Empty your Pockets!' A chance for exhibition visitors to curate their own collections. And how you took to it! Check out our Flickr site to see.

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