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Video: Corb and Utzon's untold Sydney Opera House collaboration

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A new film tells the story of how Jørn Utzon asked Le Corbusier to design a tapestry for the Sydney Opera House - and why it took 57 years to install

Les Dés Sont Jetés, a 6.5 square metre wool tapestry by Le Corbusier, has been finally unveiled in its intended home after being bought by Sydney Opera House last year. Jan Utzon (the son of Jørn Utzon), Lasse Andersson (head of exhibitions, Utzon Center) and others reveal the untold story of a collaboration between two of architecture’s biggest names.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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