Mapin’s new title, Chandigarh Revealed: Le Corbusier’s City Today is a collection of 243 photographs and five maps that analyse the multiple buildings across the city. Also a Union Territory, Chandigarh, in designer-photographer Shaun Fynn’s words, remains “facinating today not only for the importance of Le Corbusier’s works but also for its patina of time and the changes that have shaped the city in ways he could never have foreseen.” It also has its share of problems. Planned for just half a million residents, Chandigarh is now home to more than twice the number. The resultant growth of unplanned housing is not in keeping with the “visual codes” set out by Team Corbusier. The care of the city’s many “civic spaces” — parks, gardens and recreation areas — is another cause for concern.