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Maison Guiette

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Le Corbusier
location Antwerp
function atelier, private house
contributed by jpmm

Guiette House designed by Le Corbusier's in 1926 is considered one of his most unknown works. It's an early and classic example of the "International Style" and built in 1927 as the residence and studio of the painter René Guiette. The building has a cellar, ground floor, first and second floor, and a roof terrace on the third floor (at the back). The large window on the top of the front facade is from the studio of the painter. It was once inhabited by Belgian fashion designer Ann Demeulemeester who supposedly despised architecture tourists gazing at her house, although she had restored the house in 1985 by Georges Baines and built an extension next to it.

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Maison Guiette
Populierenlaan 32
Project is not public!
How to get there? Pre-metro/tram: There is a stop nearby called "Antwerpen Olympiade". Just a small walk away. Car: in the southern suburbs of the city, 100 metres from the motorway A12.
Completion 1927
ArchitectLe Corbusier
Client Réné Guiette
Project ID 8467
Latitude/Longitude 51°11'01N 04°23'36E
Contributed by jpmm
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