Pavillon Le Corbusier

Pavillon Le Corbusier, formerly the Heidi Weber Museum, is the final building the Swiss-born architect designed before his death in 1965, two years before its completion.

Gallerist and designer Heidi Weber commissioned Le Corbusier to create a new art destination in the leafy Seefeld neighbourhood on the shores of Lake Zürich, a place where the full sweep of his creativity could be exhibited, from his sculptures and paintings to his collaborations with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret, as well as objects from his private collection.

Text: Ollie Horne for CEREAL Magazine