The house was built in 1967 in the Gatinais-Orleans region, which is around 81 miles from Paris. It sits in land covering around 3.7 acres of primarily woodland, with metal gates and fencing keeping your land separate from nearby residents. OK, here’s where we get technical.
It was designed according to Le Corbusier’s golden ratio and human scale, known as
the modular, with its polychromy created by Sopick, a contemporary architect from the school of Le Corbusier.