The Dominican Cloister of La Tourette (architect: Le Corbusier) was built in the 1950s. Its exterior was completely reconstructed between 2006 and 2013. I was working on this refined building in the spring of 2013. The building would be difficult to describe or express, it does not suit any of the usual categories. Modern... The impression it makes changes with the weather constantly and impressively. When it is cloudy without any sunlight, the cloister looks almost oppressive without any reliefs, revealing the building materials - especially concrete and the huge glass surfaces - in every little detail, they are present in their grey, gloomy way, without any interest. However, the thinnest ray of sunshine brings all these tiny details into life, as if each single part would start a life on its own, and this continues all through the day when everything changes minute by minute, everything is almost completely different, becoming fresher and more beautiful with each passing hour. During the designing phase, Le Corbusier studied the location and the course of the sun thoroughly and very carefully, which resulted in this extraordinarily joyous and playful hide-and-seek game, every minute of which invites one for new discoveries. Still, everything seems to be precisely at its place, where it is supposed to be.