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Villa Savoye, Poissy by Le Corbusier, entry hall
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This is the entry hall of Villa Savoye. Very modern in 1931 you would drive your car right into the garage which has a door to the entry hall. the whole house is actually sized according to a 1927 Citroen turning radius. In 1938 Ford build a car factory in Poissy which is today owned by french carmaker Peugeot. The car factory would actually spoil the view on the top terrasse, but todays view is obstructed by trees anyway. The top terasse of this living machine can be reached by climbing the central staircase all to the top of the building, or by the ramp that links all of the villas floors.

Copyright: Frambert huchtker
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