Le Corbusier: The Art of Architecture opened at the Barbican Art Gallery last week, see how the exhibition looks in its new space.

Read Ellis Woodman's review of the Liverpool exhibition here

Le Corbusier: The Art of Architecture presents a wealth of original architectural models, interior reconstructions, drawings, furniture, vintage photographs, films, tapestries, paintings, sculpture and books by Le Corbusier.

Highlights include a monumental mural painting, Femme et coquillage IV (1948) from his own office at Rues de Sèvres, Paris; a reconstruction of his Plan Voisin for Paris (1925); a complete original kitchen by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand from his famous Unité d’habitation, Marseille (1947-50); original models of Ronchamp (1950-55), Unité d’habitation (1945-52) and Parliament Building Chandigarh (1951-64); and the film version of Le Corbusier and Edgard Varèse’s Poème Electronique (1958).

It is the first major survey in London of Le Corbusier in more than 20 years.

Watch a slideshow of the installation shots