La Guardia House / Jean-Claude Mazet

This home on the island of Corsica in France was designed in 1974 in the organic style by Jean-Claude Mazet, a disciple and collaborator of Le Corbusier and a professor of architecture at Harvard University. Rising on the side of a hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, the 155 square metre residence features a curving footprint as well as a large curving tower-like structure. To make this your holiday home, you’ll need 1.165 euros — via Curbed

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