Presented by Cassina, in collaboration with Le Corbusier Foundation, the first U.S. exhibition of Le Corbusier: The Interior of the Cabanon, Le Corbusier 1952 – Cassina Reconstruction 2006 is taking place at the Cassina Miami showroom through January 20.
There are just ten days left to experience the exhibition that includes “the authentic reconstruction of the actual interior of the Cabanon, which Le Corbusier planned and built in 1952 for his holidays in Cap-Martin, France,” according to a press release. Reconstructed within the Cassina Miami showroom, the exhibition is curated by renowned Le Corbusier scholar and NYU professor Jean-Louis Cohen.
Le Corbusier conceived, designed and built The Cabanon for his personal use and incorporated “ideal conditions of architectural planning” and “a synthesis between the concept and the accomplishment.” The reconstruction has been made available for touring exhibitions in order to bring awareness to the public of the “responsibility of the client in relation to the designer/architect”.
At the exhibition, visitors can experience The Cabanon four persons at a time and the Cassina Miami showroom is also currently showcasing a collection of Le Corbusier furniture designed along with Pierre Jenneret and Charlotte Perriand.
Cassina is the only company with exclusive worldwide rights to reproduce all products by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand.
Cassina Miami Showroom
3800 NE Miami Court, Miami