Conference by Mr. Yoshiyuki Yamana, architect and professor at the University of Science of Tokyo
Le Corbusier is considered to be one of the founders of modern architecture. He was also the first 20th century architect to build on five continents: Europe, Africa, North America, South America, and Asia – where he drew Ahmenabad Museum and Chandigarh city in India, as well as the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo. The French Institute is inviting Mr. Yoshiyuki Yamana, architect, professor, and Le Corbusier specialist, to shed light on the prolific relation between Le Corbusier and Asia.
This exhibition is part of the series of events “Living together”, dedicated to the topics of urbanisme, architecture and housing.
Conference by Mr. Yoshiyuki Yamana, architect and professor at the University of Science of Tokyo | in French, with translation in Khmer and English
Tuesday 10 November at 6.30pm at the French Institute’s movie theater
Free entrance, subject to availability