The Carpenter Center at Harvard, an architectural icon by Le Corbusier, hosts an installation that reinterprets his ideas. The installation transforms solid columns into livable spaces, challenging his "free plan" concept. Inspired by tropical architecture, it critiques how European modernism borrowed from Latin American design. By questioning traditional norms, it sparks a dialogue between architectural traditions and future possibilities. This intervention celebrates Le Corbusier's legacy while embracing diverse cultural influences. It invites contemplation of adaptable architectural ideals and the boundless potential of the built environment.
Atomizing The Free Plan