The Villa Savoye is a masterpiece of 20th century design and one of the greatest works by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier. Situated at Poissy, outside of Paris, the Villa Savoye is very distinctive and quite stunning.

Built in accordance with Le Corbusier’s stylistic rules, which are still hugely influential today, the house stands elevated in the middle of a field, boasting a roof terrace and horizontal windows. These features and others were to become central to modern architecture.

The Villa Savoye was what Le Courbusier’s referred to as his ‘machine for living’. Even today the Villa Savoye is a house of the future.

Le Corbusier was a genius and a man whose influence has profoundly affected the modern world. He pioneered an aesthetic revolution and showed the world that the future of housing could be not only beautiful, but functional and made using modern materials.

The house was ruined during the Second World War but was successfully restored to its former glory.

Villa Savoye stands today as a small building of enormous importance; it is well worth investigating. If you are planning a trip to Paris, be sure to see the beautiful Villa Savoye with your Paris Pass sightseeing card.

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82, rue de Villiers, Poissy,78 300

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