One of France’s most celebrated modernist Architects is Claude Parent, and he’s been noted for many works– but one that stands out the most is the home that he designed for a local resident of Versailles France in 1963.
The home ended up being something completely unique, and it played off of Parent’s theories of oblique architecture. The concrete structure lies on one of its points, the rest of the edges jutting up into the sky. Other pieces of the home are open glass to keep the whole feel light and airy.
Though it was built almost 50 years ago, the structure itself doesn’t look outdated. It’s a sleek and integrated home with plenty of additional concrete accents in the interior.