Asst. Lect. Farhan Abdullah Ali has present a seminar which entitled “We learn from Le Corbusier”. He Showed that how modernity has significantly influenced the branches of human knowledge; architecture has a substantial share in this effect. Modern architecture, in turn, was not a negative recipient to impact, but it was a positive catalyst for decades. Moreover, it did not limit to certain geographic boundaries, but it has spread all over the world. The seminar is an attempt to determine the influence of the principles of a pioneer of modern architecture; Le Corbusier, those principles have been claimed as keystones of modern architecture in early twenty centuries. Upon it is impossible to research the architecture of the twentieth century and of our own time without first coming to terms with Le Corbusier (1887–1965). His buildings can be found from Paris to Algeria to the Punjab and his influence has extended over numerous generations worldwide. Famous building such as the Villa Savoye at Poissy 1931, the Chapel of Notre-Dame-du-Haut at Ronchamp 1955, Unité d’habitation, Marseille, France, 1945 and the Parliament Building in Chandigarh 1955 stand assessment with the works of any age. As well as an architect, Le Corbusier was also a painter, sculptor, urbanist, and author. The seminar was held on 10th of OCT 2017 at building No. 9 – Hall No. 9106.