Pavillon Le Corbusier restored

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peterm
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Pavillon Le Corbusier restored

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SDR
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Bravo. I know so much more than before about this building, at last. The restoration seems most complete. I'm not sure I like the gloss paint of the roof, but ...

The roof deck, seen near the end of the story, must be a delight---like exploring the underside of an arboreal canopy, up close ? The stone floor is a delight, and the kitchen perfect.

Corbu exploring with Prouvé le High Tech, as a final course ?

S

JJM2
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Post by JJM2 »

Wow. I bet that kitchen will be highly influential with the promotion of this restoration.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

If that's the original kitchen design, it was way ahead of its time ?

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