Le Corbusier's Paris Apartment Now Open to the Public
If you find yourself in Paris in the coming months, there’s another landmark to add to your tour list: Le Corbusier’s apartment is now open to the public after a two-year restoration.
Photography: Antoine Mercusot/Courtesy Fondation Corbusier
He occupied the apartment from 1934 to 1965, and the place feels imbued by the entire span of time. Guided tours are available in English on Mondays and Tuesdays at 2 pm. Tickets are just 10 euros for the apartment or 15 euros for the apartment and Maison La Roche.
For more on the restoration and Le Corbusier’s life in the apartment, read the story in Wallpaper magazine.