Le Corbusier, Guiette, Antwerp, Belgium, 1926
Le Corbusier, Guiette, Antwerp, Belgium, 1926 (View from google)
Guiette House, designed by Le Corbusier in 1926 is located in Antwerp, Belgium. This house was projected for René Guiette, a painter. Guiette House could be considered one of the purists houses made by Le Corbusier, in which was applied the five points of Modern Architecture – pilotis elevating the mass off the ground, free plan, free facade, long horizontal windows and roof garden. This house has a cellar and three more floors. It has a very large in the principal facade for the studio of the painter. The long and narrow shape of the plot reminds the typically Belgian house.
Alexandra Niedermayr, Alexandre Maurel, Martin Charachon, Sonja Schneider (March 2017)