Le Corbusier Architecture

Design Icon: 10 Influential Works by Le Corbusier

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Maison Guiette, also known as Les Peupliers, was Le Corbusier’s first foreign commission. Belgian artist and art critic René Guiette asked the architect to design his live/work studio in Antwerp after seeing the temporary Pavilion de L'Esprit Nouveau structure installed in Paris. The building, completed in 1927, is Le Corbusier’s only remaining work in Belgium and is considered an early example of International Style architecture.