World Heritage Corb: for the next instalment in our series on the 17 Le Corbusier buildings added to UNESCO's World Heritage list, Australian photographer Benjamin Hosking shares new images of Capitol Complex in Chandigarh – the Indian city that gave the architect a chance to test his Modernist theories on a grand scale (+ slideshow). More
World heritage Corb: two residential units in Stuttgart designed by Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret have recently been added to UNESCO's World Heritage List along with 16 other projects by the famed French-Swiss architect (+ slideshow). More
World Heritage Corb: next up in our series on the 17 buildings by Le Corbusier that have been added to UNESCO's World Heritage List is the architect's Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut, the small chapel in Ronchamp, France, that has become one of his most iconic designs. More
World Heritage Corb: Le Corbusier's Dominican monastery in France is considered one of his most important works, and is next in our series revisiting the 17 buildings by the architect that have been added to UNESCO's World Heritage List (+ slideshow). More
World Heritage Corb: next up in our series on the 17 Le Corbusier buildings that have just been added to UNESCO's World Heritage list is the Maison de la Culture, a cultural centre in Firminy, France (+ slideshow). More
World Heritage Corb: we're revisiting some of Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier's most important projects, to mark the addition of 17 of his buildings to UNESCO's World Heritage list. First up is his seaside holiday cabin, Cabanon, on the Côte d'Azur in France – a tiny building tied to some of the most important moments in the architect's life. More
Heritage body UNESCO has added 17 projects by 20th-century French architect Le Corbusier to its list of internationally significant architecture sites, including the Unité d'Habitation housing in Marseille – arguably the most influential Brutalist building of all time (+ slideshow). More
News: a proposal to carve a cultural centre out of the landscape has won the UNESCO design contest for a Bamiyan Valley site where two seventh-century statues of Buddha were destroyed by Taliban militants. More
News: America has nominated 10 buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright for international listed status – including the influential architect's Guggenheim Museum in New York and his only free-standing skyscraper (+ slideshow). More
News: international heritage body UNESCO has launched a competition to design a cultural centre on the boundary of the Bamiyan Valley site, which housed two giant seventh-century statues of Buddha that were destroyed by Taliban militants in 2001. More
News: the Turkish government has approved an order to demolish a series of new skyscrapers in the Zeytinburnu area of Istanbul to protect the historic views of key buildings including the Hagia Sofia. More
Dutch creative agency The Stone Twins did away with the usual imagery and photos when asked to design this postage stamp, using only words to tell a short story. More
UNESCO has added Liverpool to the "in danger" list for possible removal of its World Heritage status. In March the city's council approved a £5.5 billion waterfront redevelopment – BBC.
Dezeen Wire: the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) have announced 25 new additions to the World Heritage List, including the Fagus Factory by Walter Gropius as reported yesterday, but deferred an application for the inclusion of 19 buildings by Modernist architect Le Corbusier, referring the decision to the next committee meeting.
UNESCO is still deliberating whether to add works by Le Corbusier to the list. Via Spiegel online
Dezeen Wire: a Chinese firm is planning to build an exact replica of the Austrian village of Hallstatt in the Chinese province of Guangdong - Spiegel Online