Exhibition Credits

January 11, 2024 – February 10, 2024

LC150+: The RT+Q Private Collection of Le Corbusier Models

The 150+ models of the works of Le Corbusier (1887-1965) exhibited here are from the private collection of RT+Q Architects, Singapore.

The models are the products, observations, and discoveries of office interns. Through the last 20 years, it has been a tradition for new RT+Q interns to spend their first week studying and building a scale model of a Le Corbusier project. Rather than filling up minds with lessons at the office, the aim is to open them up and acquaint the aspiring architect with the diverse design legacy of arguably the most encyclopedic architect of the 20th century. The range of projects, built and unbuilt, testifies to the diversity in form, material, and program of Le Corbusier’s oeuvre.

The exhibition—now in its 22nd stop at Yale—brings Le Corbusier to all. In the spirit of education and sharing, LC150+ stands as a physical manifestation of the passion and energy of RT+Q interns.

Exhibition Credits

The curators would like to thank the Fondation Le Corbusier, the Alliance Française Singapore, Singapore University of Technology and Design, National University Singapore, and Singapore Institute of Architects.

The Yale School of Architecture’s exhibition program is supported in part by the Robert A.M. Stern Fund, the Pickard Chilton Dean’s Resource Fund, the Nitkin Family Dean’s Discretionary Fund in Architecture, the Fred Koetter Exhibitions Fund, the Kibel Foundation Fund, and the James Wilder Green Dean’s Resource Fund.

Exhibition: Andrew Benner, Director, Alison Walsh, Exhibitions Coordinator
Installation: Ian Soon, Jay Bates, Alessandro Maione, Zach Wilder
Booklet: Nina Rappaport, David Reinfurt