“Le Corbusier’s last building” Conference – ONUP Magazine
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“Le Corbusier’s last building” Conference

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On Friday May 8 at 19:30pm, in the Faculty of Architecture – hall S9 on the last floor, Gezim Pacarizi an architect from Prizren who lives and works in Geneva, will present the last project by Le Corbusier the “Fermini Church” constructions of which lasted over 40 years and were completed in 2006. Pacarizi will also compare this church with  the “Ronchamp Church” and “La Tourette Monastery”, both by Le Corbuiser.

Printed materials relating to this topic will be handed out during the conference.

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