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Studio-Appartement, Boulogne

Limited Edition
Edition of 5


Image Size 
60 x 90 cm

Light and shade in Le Corbusier’s studio-appartement in Boulogne-Billancourt, just across the periphery from Paris’ 16ème. Despite the space (and height) restrictions the architect designated for his Unité d’Habitation social housing models, Corbu’s personal abode sprawled 240 square metres over two storeys. Completed in 1934, his Immeuble Molitor apartment building was a prototype for the Ville Radieuse to come. Two façades were constructed entirely of glass—reinforced glass, glass bricks, clear glass—to form ‘glass curtains’ that would flood the apartment with light. Here, in his studio where he would paint, draw and write, the traditional construction of the concrete, brick and rubble feature wall poetically contrasts to the glass and steel of Corbusier’s Modernist vision. 

︎ Framed — AUD 740
︎ Unframed — AUD 530

These fine art prints are printed on 100% cotton rag and framed in sustainably sourced Victorian Ash hardwood. Frames are made and assembled by hand in Melbourne by the team at Format Framing.

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One Tree Planted is working with local partners in Tasmania to create wildlife corridors from the Eastern Tiers to Central Highlands. By supporting this project, you are protecting the habitats of seven endangered species and contributing to the establishment of 1.5 million new native plants, which will sequester over 30,000 tonnes of carbon by 2030.
Prices include standard shipping in Australia. Delivery is tracked, and all work is insured against loss or damage.
Each order is printed on demand. Please allow two weeks delivery time.

For delivery in time for Christmas, please place your order by December 6, 2019.

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