Many consider the Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier one of if not the most important architect of the 20th century. Le Corbusier was also an “urbanist, designer, writer, and painter,” just so you know. Le Corbusier’s three-part exhibit, “Miracle Boxes,” is a multidisciplinary exhibit which is now showing at the Pratt Institute School of Architecture.
This current exhibit is curated by Ivan R. Shumkov, who is an adjunct associate professor of architecture at Pratt Institute. Pratt is located in Clinton Hill. “Miracle Boxes” looks to be an exciting display and it divided into three parts. This has mostly to do with the fact that Le Corbusier was such an innovative designer as “demonstrated in his architecture, city planning, books, paintings, architecture, and sculpture,” according to ArchDaily.com.
“Miracle Boxes” is on display through the middle of October and will hopefully have birth elsewhere soon. Le Corbusier was an important architect for the world and for study of students at Pratt. His “public buildings….exhibition pavilions, museums, theatres, cultural centers, monuments, and temples,” remind us how fleeting so much about life really is and how important it is to offer something lasting to the world while we are here.