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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.
Villa Savoye (1931) Poissy, France by Le Corbusier
Le Corbusier: Villa Savoye, France 1931
Villa Savoye- Le Corbusier... facade independent of the structural system
Villa Savoye. Poissy, France. Le Corbusier. 1931
Le Corbusier: Villa Savoye, 1931, Poissy, France Tipes: Op pilare, losstaande
Villa Savoye Year built: 1931 Architect: Le Corbusier
Villa Savoye Year built: 1931 Architect: Le Corbusier Location: Poissy, France Visiting
Villa SavoyeYear built: 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
“Le Corbusier 1931” — daniebart
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Villa Vista in Weligama, Sri Lanka, designed by Shigeru Ban. Photo copyright Hiroyuki Hirai, courtesy of Taschen. Photo from the book "Architecture Now! Houses 3" by Philip Jodidio, published by Taschen (2013).
second is the 8,800-square-foot Villa Vista designed by Shigeru Ban and actually built for the son of Ando's client. Ban worked in the area in the middle of the last decade, building disaster housing after the earthquake of December 26, 2004, and was approached to design Villa Vista after his reconstruction
Villa Vista in Weligama, Sri Lanka
balanced designing houses for those in need and for the wealthy, in this case in some relative proximity. Boundaries between indoors and outdoors at Villa Vista are blurry. As this view from a bridge traversing a pool (visible in the lower right corner) shows, the shutters serve to help shade what is basically
“shutters or louvres” — naohart
Jeni Lee
Mid century modern family home situated one metre from workaMy Houzz: Connecting
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The couple wanted the villa’s new addition to feel like it had always been there. The walls made from secondhand brick lend a sense of age.
The couple wanted the villa’s new 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
The couple wanted the villa’s new 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
“ceiling & long high windows” — rellsie
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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.
and the Villa Savoye further embodies his notion of the house as a "machine for living" — an expression he coined. Yet this is always balanced by his view of the house as a machine to move you emotionally; it could be argued that this villa accomplishes both.
Villa Savoye in Poissy, France, designed by Le Corbusier (1931).
Villa Savoye at a Glance Year built: 1931 Architects: Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret Location: Poissy, France Visiting info: Individual and group tours available Size: 1,340 square feet This country villa for Pierre and Emilie Savoye is located about
“Modern style” — Mohammed Geoffrey
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Basser House
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RENOVATING A HISTORIC VILLAWhile the front of your brick villa may reflect its history, it doesn’t mean the rear of your house needs to stay of the era in which it was built. Here are four inspirational examples of how you can maintain your villa’s street appeal and heritage while creating a modern addition
“View of deck with kitchen in background. Note kitchen counters are accessible from deck through lar” — jimrothca
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Italiannate Villa
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Italian villa. Nice. Consider this one Roar.
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Villa Mairea (1939), Noormarkku, Finland, designed by Alvar Aalto Photograph: Flickr user LeonL's photostream, used under Creative Commons license.
Villa Mairea Year built: 1939 Architect: Alvar Aalto Location: Noormarkku, Finland
Villa Mairea (1939) Noormarkku, Finland by Alvar Aalto
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Villa Mairea, Alvar Aalto, Finland 1939
Villa Mairea (1939) by Alvar Aalto, Noormarkku, Finland.
Villa Mairea Year built: 1939 Architect: Alvar Aalto
Villa MaireaYear built: 1939Architect: Alvar AaltoLocation: Noormarkku, FinlandVisiting info: Must inquire about tours in advanceMust know: Finnish architect Alvar Aalto was given almost total freedom by Harry and Maire Gullichsen for the design of their summer home. Aalto, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's
“protruding windows” — sfwilcox
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Belle Luce
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Italian Villa inspired home set on a hill with magnificent views
this could be a condo building made tool like a villa
Italian Villa aspect of this home does get to goddy and goes overboard for what I want, but they get a lot right with some of the interior imagery Don't like the
Italian villa with tower
italian villa, very authentic.
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