Look Inside Le Corbusier’s Paris Home

Look Inside Le Corbusier's Paris Home

The Paris apartment that legendary architect Le Corbusier called home for over 30 years has re-opened to the public, following two years of renovations. The apartment is located in the Immeuble Molitor, a residential building designed by Le Corbusier and his regular collaborator Pierre Jeanneret that was built between 1931 and 1934.
The renovation — completed by Fondation Le Corbusier — has returned the two storey apartment to how it would have looked while the architect lived there. Stand-out rooms in the apartment include the kitchen — complete with sweeping views across Paris — as well as an art studio and an ocean liner-inspired bedroom. Take a look through Le Corbusier’s apartment in the gallery above.
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