This week’s buildings have been selected by architectural historian Dr Barnabas Calder (AKA @BrutalConcrete) an expert on post-1945 architecture who is currently writing a book on British Brutalism.
The fifth of his choices is below. Let us know what building this is by tweeting @WhatBuilding to win a prize.*
*There is no prize
Heidi Weber Museum
Iconic for its floating steel roof and brightly coloured panels, the Pavillon Le Corbusier is the last building Le Corbusier designed before his death in 1965. Completed in 1967, the building stands as a testament to Corbusier’s renaissance genius as an architect, painter, and sculptor.