Ahmedabad Museum, 1951
As a photographer and architect, I decided to visit and register through the lens of my camera, the buildings projected and built by the masters of architecture across the world, and how is their conditions many years after its construction._
Ahmedabad Museum, India
Le Corbusier 1951
Throughout the work of Le Corbusier we can find concepts that have evolved over time from design and construction.
The concept of unlimited museum was one of those ideas that drove in two earlier projects, including:
The Mundaneum, the World Museum of Geneva, Switzerland, in 1929 and the Musée à croissance de Sans lieu illimitée in 1939.
However, only three projects were undertaken including the museum of Ahmedabad.
The "square spiral" remains constant, having the spaces around a courtyard and through a grid of columns that raise the level building from the ground level, the walls that project and extend outward ground floor, getting no limits in size.