Not since Archinect unearthed an old BBC news spot featuring Le Corbusier waxing poetic in his studio has the public gotten such a rare peek at the modernist master's legendary apartment and painting quarters. Starting now and running up until the fall, the Fondation Le Corbusier will offer tours of the Parisian home, which they describe as channeling Corbusian sculptural qualities and opting for the same open floor plans he favored. Located in the Immeuble Molitor—a building he helped to design between 1933 and 1934—the dramatic home and vaulted, white-tiled studio served as inspiration for Le Corbusier's greatest work right up until his death in 1965. Do take a look, below, then head over to Architizer for the full gallery.
· Now You Can Tour Le Corbusier's Apartment and Studio [Architizer]
· All Le Corbusier posts [Curbed National]