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Villa Savoye (1931), Poissy, France, designed by Le Corbusier Photograph: Dave Morris's photostream on flickr, used under the Creative Commons license.
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1931 Le Corbusier. Poissy, France
Villa Savoye (1931) Poissy, France by Le Corbusier
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Villa Savoye Year built: 1931 Architect: Le Corbusier Location:
Villa Savoye (1931), Poissy, France, designed by Le Corbusier
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1931Architect: Le CorbusierLocation: Poissy, FranceVisiting info: Individual and group tours availableMust know: This weekend house near Paris for Pierre and Emilie Savoye has become one of modern architecture's key icons, residential or otherwise. It perfectly encapsulates Le Corbusier's five points
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Villa Savoye in Poissy, France, designed by Le Corbusier (1931). Photo by Flickr user roryrory (Rory Hyde), used under Creative Commons license.
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Villa Savoye at a Glance Year built: 1931 Architects: Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret Location: Poissy, France Visiting info: Individual and
Villa Savoye at a Glance Year built: 1931 Architects: Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret
Architecture, parallels Le Corbusier's search for meaning in these elements with physicists' turn-of-the-century discoveries of nature's constituent elements: electrons, protons and neutrons. Technology, as used in science and engineering, was a big influence on Le Corbusier, and the Villa Savoye further
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Le salon a été aménagé au rez-de-chaussée de l’ancienne maison du jardinier. Deux authentiques fauteuils en cuir Le Corbusier et un fauteuil club des années 1930 en cuir et en métal ont été installés autour d’une table
The living room is on the ground floor of what was once the gardener's residence. Two antique Le Corbusier leather chairs and a 1930s leather and metal club chair create a casual seating arrangement around a zinc-topped coffee table. A French artist made the floor lamp with recycled materials.
The living room is on the ground floor of what was once the gardener's residence. Two antique Le Corbusier leather chairs and a 1930s leather and metal club chair create a casual seating arrangement around a zinc-topped coffee table. A French artist made
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Villa Savoye in Poissy, France, designed by Le Corbusier (1931). Photo by Flickr user Adaptor-Plug, used under Creative Commons License.
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Villa Savoye at a Glance Year built: 1931 Architects: Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret
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exemplifies Corbusier's famous Five Points for a New Architecture, which many architects have followed with varying degrees of success.
2. Villa Savoye, by Le Corbusier, Poissy, FranceThis single-family house, raised on pilotis above the ground, embodies the contemporary idea of living above ground. It also exemplifies Corbusier's famous Five Points for a New Architecture, which many architects
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Room-sized interior (cabin in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France, 1951-52) in "Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes" exhibition at MoMA (June 15 - September 23, 2013). Photograph by John Hill
carefully frame the landscape. The window we see in the exhibition happens to frame the beach where Le Corbusier died in August 1965. Those visiting the MoMA exhibition are confronted with the cabin and Le Corbusier's death before seeing anything else in the show, but the highly personal design prepares visitors
In fact, Le Corbusier treated the furniture as architecture. He said, "The furniture here constitutes the first form by which the object comes into being." Removing one wall of the Petit Cabanon for the exhibition reveals how the plywood-covered interior was zoned (following the Modular system) to work
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An entry space that feels at home with the Eileen Gray Table and Le Corbusier chair.
A elegant blue-gray rug with platinum rings greets you in this eclectic entry area. It is at home with the Le Corbusier armchair and Eileen Gray side table, both Mid-Century Modern icons, and the blue gray looks great with chrome. Notice how the tabletop echoes the
LC2 ChairDesigners: Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte PerriandYear: 1928These chairs and their larger sister, the LC3, were designed to be "cushion baskets" of comfort
A Corbusier chair, Fortuny pendant, Eileen Gray side table add to the mix of eras represented in this grand Victorian hallway. Lucky for Treff, this space was still in good cosmetic condition when he bought the house.
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Photo by Bud Dietrich Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye near Paris was built in the late 1920s. The thin, pencillike pilotis lift the main structure above the landscape, giving the illusion that the house is floating above the field. Corbu's fascination and love of ocean-liner design is here transposed to
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Ville Savoye Photo by Bud Dietrich Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye near Paris was built
Le Corbusier's iconic Villa Savoye in France. Int'l style.
Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye near Paris was built in the late 1920s. The thin, pencillike pilotis lift the main structure above
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Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye near Paris was built in the late 1920s. The thin, pencillike pilotis lift the main structure above the landscape, giving the illusion that the house is floating above the field. Corbu's fascination and love of ocean-liner design is here transposed to a static object anchored
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addition to feel like it had always been there. The walls made from secondhand brick lend a sense of age. The couple purchased the LC4 Chaise Longue by Le Corbusier when they were living and working in London.Painting (center): “Little Sundance” by Jacob Logos; framed photograph (right): David Cripps; wall-mounted
addition to feel like it had always been there. The walls made from secondhand brick lend a sense of age. The couple purchased the LC4 Chaise Longue by Le Corbusier when they were living and working in London.Painting (centre): “Little Sundance” by Jacob Logos; framed photograph (right): David Cripps; wall-mounted
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