28/06/2019 to 27/10/2019
An exhibition that explores the towers, high rises and other skyscrapers built or planned, from 1930 to 1970, in Lausanne, Vevey, Montreux and Aminona (Crans-Montana).
06/04/2019 to 02/06/2019
Thirty-two monochrome paintings associated with extracts from letters written from 1923 to 1965, thus establishing correspondences between texts and colours, between the Villa “Le Lac” and its residents,
29/06/2018 to 02/09/2018
Un été à la Villa (A summer at the Villa) offers an occasion to (re)discover the Villa “Le Lac” in all of its functionalist purity. The exterior restoration is complete, the garden has been restored to its initial state (1925), and the Villa “Le Lac” is enriched by three new graphic works.
22/06/2016 to 01/10/2017
Adrien Couvrat – internationally recognised Parisian painter and visual artist – has painted a series of canvases specifically for the Villa “Le Lac” in consonance with the colours of the walls and the dimensions of their openings.
05/06/2015 to 27/09/2015
On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Le Corbusier (1887-1965), ten architects among the most important of our time propose their vision of a project for the extension of the Villa “Le Lac”.
06/06/2014 to 07/09/2014
Promoter of the modern movement, theorist and architect, Alberto Sartoris is known for his “paper architectures”. His axonometries, which he published in the form of magnificent serigraphs, are on display at the Villa «Le Lac» with the plans of his "Maison Minimale", models and photographs, as well as an armchair of which two units were made in 1990, authorised and certified by Alberto Sartoris.
28/06/2013 to 01/09/2013
The summer opening shows the acomplished restoration work and the work in progress at the Villa "Le Lac".
02/07/2012 to 29/08/2012
One of the world’s most prestigious schools of art has defined a new teaching paradigm by making architecture and industrial design more interdisciplinary, more interconnected.
25/05/2011 to 31/10/2011
René Burri is one of the rare photographers who were able to photograph Le Corbusier “in private”.
03/05/2010 to 01/11/2010
In 1965, Erling Mandelmann made a series of photographs of the Villa “Le Lac” for Mobilia, a prestigious Danish design, interior and architecture journal.