After having fully supported the UNESCO’s World Heritage application, the ASLC is managing and coordinating since 2019, in partnership with the Foundation Le Corbusier, the cultural route Destinations Le Corbusier: architectural promenades. This cultural route of the Council of Europe aims to structure and promote cultural and tourist exchanges between European and extra-European Corbusean sites.
As part of the filing of the first application file to list the architectural works of Le Corbusier on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2009, it became necessary to mobilize local actors. The application file for a set of buildings belonging to the architectural work of Le Corbusier on the World Heritage List is the result of a collective work begun more than ten years ago. It has been produced by Germany, Argentina, Belgium, France, India, Japan and Switzerland. The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier, an outstanding contribution to the Modern Movement was listed on 17th July, 2016.
The Association of Le Corbusier Sites (ASLC) thus represents all the French and foreign communities involved in this process, as well as other international actors around the heritage produced by the architect Le Corbusier. This international association was created in Ronchamp on 27th January, 2010. By bringing together all the actors of the concerned territories (regions, departments, inter-municipal structures, cities, private and public owners, user associations), the ASLC carries out projects of coordination, promotion and protection of Le Corbusier’s heritage.
After having fully supported the World Heritage application, the ASLC is managing and coordinating since 2019, in partnership with the Foundation Le Corbusier, the route Destinations Le Corbusier: architectural promenades. This “cultural route of the Council of Europe” aims to structure and promote cultural and tourist exchanges between European and extra-European Le Corbusier sites.
The Association of Le Corbusier Sites pursues several objectives:
To animate and coordinate a network responsible for preserving and promoting Le Corbusier sites to the public and tourist operators, in particular through the development of the cultural route Destinations Le Corbusier: architectural promenades.
To create the conditions for the exchange and sharing of knowledge and experience in the areas of conservation, protection, promotion, animation and a heritage management.
To be a force of proposal and reflection in the fields mentioned in the statutes with the heritage stakeholders in France and abroad, particularly with UNESCO, the World Heritage Committee and the Council of Europe.
The creation of the association firstly made it possible to define a shared framework, ensure consistent communication, facilitate the collection and dissemination of information, set up partnerships and cross-border transnational cultural cooperations.
This multidisciplinary network creates a formal operational framework, which allows the pursuit of common objectives and guarantees the quality of the initiatives taken. The association provides technical assistance, advices, human resources and the financial and organizational sustainability of projects.
The Association represents a multi-disciplinary network that operates in a democratic and participatory way.
The tasks and responsibilities are shared among the members, all volunteers, with the salaried coordinator.
The Board of the association:
President : Benoît CORNU, City of Ronchamp
Vice-President : Christophe CHALAND, City of Firminy
Treasurer : Pierre MELLINGER, City of Eveux
Treasurer-assistant : Pierre TOURVIEILLE DE LABROUHE, City of Geneva
Secretary : Claude KIENER, City of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
Secretary-assistant : Karine EMONET-VILLAIN, City of Poissy
Invited member of the Board : Isabelle DULAURENS, City of Pessac
Project manager : Leslie MOZDZAN, ASLC
Association des Sites Le Corbusier
2 Place de la Mairie
FR – 70250 Ronchamp
Phone : +33 (0)3 84 635 351
The ASLC has about sixty international members, whose diversity of status of property managers is what makes the association so rich: local authorities, public establishments, groups, associations or individuals.
Our association is thus composed as follows:
City of Stuttgart
City of La Plata
City of Antwerp
City of Boulogne-Billancourt
City of Eveux
City of Firminy
City of Marseille
City of Paris
City of Pessac
City of Poissy
City of Ronchamp
City of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
City of Saint-Dié-des-Vosges
City of Tokyo
Communauté de communes du Pays de l’Arbresle
Communauté de communes Rahin et Chérimont
Conseil départemental de la Haute-Saône
Conseil régional Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
Conseil départemental de la Loire
Communauté urbaine Grand Paris Seine et Oise
Conseil départemental des Bouches-du-Rhône
City of Briey
City of Rezé
City of Lège-Cap Ferret
City of Podensac
City of Taito
Association des Amis de Le Corbusier
Association Le Corbusier pour l’église de Firminy-Vert
Association Œuvre de Notre-Dame du Haut
Porterie Notre-Dame du Haut
Fédération européenne des associations d’habitants des unités d’habitation de Le Corbusier
Fondation Le Corbusier
Fondation suisse/Pavillon Le Corbusier
Cité de Refuge
Piacé le radieux, Bézard – Le Corbusier
Association Eileen Gray – Etoile de Mer – Le Corbusier
Conservatoire du littoral
Centre des monuments nationaux
Association Vivre aux QMF
Association Groupe des Cinq
Association des habitants de l’unité d’habitation de Firminy
Office de Tourisme et des Congrès de la Ville de Marseille
Conseil Syndical de l’unité d’habitation Le Corbusier Marseille
Association des commerçants et professionnels de l’UH de Marseille
Hôtel Le Corbusier Marseille
Association des Amis de la Tourette
Conseil Syndical de l’unité d’habitation Le Corbusier Rezé
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