Assembled from the private collection of Singapore-based RT+Q Architects, this exhibition showcasing the buildings of Le Corbusier (1887-1965) features dozens of scaled models of the iconic Swiss-French architect’s work. Through the years, it has been a tradition at RT+Q for interns to spend their first week studying and building a model of a Le Corbusier project, the aim being to acquaint them with his diverse design legacy.
This exhibition will run in the LWR Gallery until November 6.
RT+Q was founded in Singapore by Rene Tan and TK Quek in 2003. The physical models are the work of the firm’s interns, who traditionally spend the first week of their internships building a model of Le Corbusier’s architecture. Original supporters of the exhibition include Alliance Francaise Singapour (AF), Fondation Le Corbusier (FLC), National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore University of Technology & Design (SUTD) and Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA).