Appartement-atelier de Le Corbusier
Architect: Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret (1934) Location: Paris (16th), France By request, a few more snapshots of Le Corbusier's own residence on the top two floors of the Molitor building, next to the Parc des Princes in Paris. These photos aren't very good, but I just took them quickly, for my own reference. The photo lacks scale, because what it doesn't convey is that the doorway opening to the bathroom here is only about 5 feet high. Corbu must have been very short. Like in every other…
Interior: Chic modern condo | Style at Home
Toronto realtor Kara Reed has seen a lot of homes during her 21-year career. Find out what made her choose this 1980s condo for her very own.
The Architecture of Happiness - TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
There is one book that has been making the rounds at our office, adopted as a sort of unofficial guide to architectural style and beauty. It has been recommended at office gatherings, shared between coworkers, and gifted to interns when they leave our firm to prepare for the next stage in their design career. This... READ MORE >
Le Corbusier Interior Design
With the unrelenting trend for mid-century furniture gripping all areas interior design we take a look at images of Le Corbusier's interior ...
Exclusive LC1 Sling Chair by Cassina at Gilt
Cassina Exclusive LC1 Sling Chair Exclusive LC1 Sling Chair: Exclusive sling chair with a chrome plated steel frame Natural Saddle Leather seat, backrest and armrests Natural leather will patina over time Armrests are wider at the front and tapered toward the back Signature of authenticity Measures 25 3/5 inches in width by 23 3/5 inches in depth by 25 1/5 inches in height Wipe frame with a damp cloth; use leather cleaner as needed for seat, backrest and armrests Material…
Le Corbusier and UNESCO
Le Corbusier's work has been rejected for the second time by UNESCO. Michel Richard, director of the Fondation Le Corbusier, explains why he thinks the group's efforts have come up short.
Venice home damp-proofed against the city's waterways
A concrete basin constructed inside this canal-side home in Venice is designed to fend off flooding from the city's waterways
AD Classics: Maison du Bresil / Le Corbusier
Completed in 1959 in Paris, France. Created as a microcosm of Brazilian life and culture, Maison du Bresil is a significant example of Le Corbusier’s high-density residential design....
Maison La Roche
Architect: Le Corbusier (1923) Location: Paris, France View of the main gallery space. The cabinets below the ramp were added later by Charlotte Perriand. the table is built in. It was originally a solid wall in that spot.
Model for Final Thesis Project by Laida Juanikorena Agirre in Lesaka, Navarre. [University of the Basque Country] Project & Model by Laida Juanikorena Agirre [sep2010] www.behance.net/laida Photo by Mikel Azkona Uribe www.behance.net/mikelazkona