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Visiting The Maison De Verre In Paris

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Image credit Todd Eberle After a visit to the Maison De Verre in Paris, I called it a green model for our times, being an urban, live/work, healthy redevelopment that was a demonstration of industrial materials and technologies. But it is also one of the most important and beautiful houses of the 20th century.




 

 

maison de verre interior photo Image credit Todd Eberle After a visit to the Maison De Verre in Paris, I called it a green model for our times, being an urban, live/work, healthy redevelopment that was a demonstration of industrial materials and technologies. But it is also one of the most important and beautiful houses of the 20th century. The owner, investor turned academic Robert Rubin, was away at the time of my visit, but Alastair Gordon, (author of Spaced Out) interviewed him about the Maison de Verre, and his unusual approach to restoration, for the Wall Street Journal.... Read the full story on TreeHugger

 

 

 
 
 

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