view to the side of Maison Drusch

Maison Drusch

By Greyscape
15th March 2020

An award-winning family residence built by French architect, Claude Parent in a forested area of Versailles (1963-66). Together with Paul Virillo, Claude Parent discovered the concept of ‘oblique function’.

Photo Credits: Christopher Iwata ©

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