Villa La Roche
Nestled in a leafy alleyway in Paris's famous 16th arrondissement, Villa La Roche is a prime reflection of modernist architecture in France. Built between 1923 and 1925 by Le Corbusier, it stands as an experiment in linking two distinct programs, intertwining both art gallery and home.
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- Swiss-born architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier, is one of the most venerated figures in the 20th-century canon.
- Today the Iconic Houses website, a new resource for travelers and fans of 20th-century houses, goes live.
- Last week I got a sneak preview of the Oakland Museum of California, a Kevin Roche-designed museum in Oakland that's set to reopen on Saturday, May 1st.
- For our latest installment of Three Buildings, we turned to Danish designer Søren Rose.
- I alluded to it in an earlier post on my trip to Switzerland, but one of the highlights of the whole affair was an impromptu stop at Villa Le Lac, a small house Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre…
- It comes at no surprise that some of the most famous architects' early commissions were for their parents. Who better to encourage their experimental ideas?
- If photography is painting with light, few make better canvases of buildings than Hélène Binet.
- Friday, July 29th marks the opening of what looks to be a very exciting exhibit on residential regionalism.