miércoles, 11 de julio de 2012

Villa Drusch by Claude Parent

The French architect Claude Parent, whose work lies equally in written theory and physical structures, designed the Villa Drusch as a home which embodies his theory of Oblique Architecture.
Built in Versailles in 1963, this home built for the industrialist Gaston Drusch is primarily constructed of concrete. It appears to be turned on its side, a bold architectural move which still evokes interest today.

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