Located in the town of Bois-le-Roy (Normandy), this House is the heart of a vast wooded garden that clearly reflects the bias of Claude parent for moving away from the modernist standards of the time. With the philosopher and urban planner Paul Virilio, he contributed to the origin of the concept of oblique function that favored an inclined plane. Here, the curvy roofs rise like waves and the concrete remains unfinished. Inside, that concrete is equally omnipresent, reflecting the sculptural movement of the rooftops.
Spread over an area of 400 square meters, the house offers a reception area of 150 meters that opens onto a terrace, a dining room and a living room with a fireplace, all surmounted by a mezzanine that houses an office-library. The rest is dedicated to a suite room main with bathroom and dressing room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen. The house is currently for sale at a price of 1,250,000 euros. Do you want to go in to see it?
Via AD France.