Chandigarh – Assembly Building

Le Corbusier – (parliament), Assembly House in Chandigarh, new capital of Punjab India, 1952-1965

The Palace of Assembly is a legislative assembly building in Chandigarh, India. It was designed by modernist architect Le Corbusier It is a part of the Capitol Complex, which includes the Legislative Assembly, Secretariat and High Court. The Palace of Assembly features a circular assembly chamber, a forum for conversation and transactions, and stair-free circulation.
The building was designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2016.

The Assembly Building is an icon of modernist architecture and one of Chandigarh's most distinctive landmarks. The building was completed in 1961 and continues to be an architectural landmark in the region. Its combination of modern design, innovative use of space, and distinctive materials make it a place of interest for tourists and architecture enthusiasts alike.

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Chandigarh – Palace of Assembly


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