Maisons Jaoul

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Maisons Jaoul are a celebrated pair of houses in the upmarket Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, designed by Le Corbusier and built in 1954-56. They are among his most important post-war buildings and feature a rugged aesthestic of unpainted cast concrete "béton brut" and roughly detailed brickwork.
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Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
Cemal Emden

Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
Cemal Emden
Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
Cemal Emden
Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
Cemal Emden
Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
Cemal Emden
Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
Cemal Emden
Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
Cemal Emden
Le Corbusier, Cemal Emden · Maisons Jaoul
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