Charles de Beistegui, a collector living in Paris in the 1930s, commissioned Le Corbusier to design a spectacular penthouse apartment for him on the Champs-Élysées. Though the home no longer exists, save for archival black-and-white shots, Michael Herrman was greatly inspired by it. Seen here, a spiral staircase in the living room of Beistegui's apartment.  Photo 10 of 11 in A Corbusier-Inspired Parisian Home

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Charles de Beistegui, a collector living in Paris in the 1930s, commissioned Le Corbusier to design a spectacular penthouse apartment for him on the Champs-Élysées. Though the home no longer exists, save for archival black-and-white shots, Michael Herrman was greatly inspired by it. Seen here, a spiral staircase in the living room of Beistegui's apartment.

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