20th Century and Modern
Architecture Gallery One

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Front of elevation of an International Style rowhouse. View of the "prow" (southeast corner) of the church, showing the belltower at the left and the exterior pulpit on the right side. Oblique south elevation with main entrance at the top of the incline. Designed by the Hillier Group's Alan Chimacoff. Exterior light detail with the building's south elevation in the background.
Le Corbusier, Chapelle
Notre Dame du Haut
1950-55. Ronchamp, Fr.
The Hillier Group, A.S.U.
Architecture Building
1989. Tempe, Arizona
View of the chapel from the exterior gathering area (east elevation). The pulpit is the small box-like projection toward the right and above the ground. Interior view of the south wall with its abstract fenestration providing moody lighting. From a 1981 postcard by Spadem.
Le Corbusier
Maison Planeix
1924-28. Paris, Fr.
The Hillier Group
Architecture Bldg.
1989. Tempe, AZ
Oblique view of the south elevation of Le Corbusier's Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut, looking from the belltower to the prow. Interior view of the tile bathroom plunge and chaise lounge.
Le Corbusier, Chapelle
Notre Dame du Haut
1950-55. Ronchamp, Fr.
Le Corbusier, Chapelle
Notre Dame du Haut
1950-55. Ronchamp, Fr.
View of the northeast corner. The pulpit elevation is at the left and an oblique view of main entry is at the right. View of the northwest corner.
Le Corbusier, N.D.
du Haut, 1950-55
Ronchamp, France
Le Corbusier, Chapelle
Notre Dame du Haut
1950-55. Ronchamp, Fr.
Le Corbusier, Chapelle
Notre Dame du Haut
1950-55. Ronchamp, Fr.
Le Corbusier, Villa
Savoie, 1929-31
Poisse, France

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