Ok so this is hard to imagine because it hasn’t got furniture in it (because it's a museum today waah)! But this is not only one of my fav buildings but THE FIRST building to really ”bring the outside in” so that term we use today to describe what it is we want in our homes to create that connection with nature? This guy #lecorbusier
did it for the first time in, wait for it ... in 1931!
This is the second time I have been to this building. The first time was over 13 years ago when I came with my bestie @wendallsreadh
but it was not the day of the internet and we didn’t know it was closed 🤦♀️. So I finally got to go inside two days ago and it just blew my mind with how ahead of his time this architect really was. It would be difficult to recreate this building even today, let alone almost 90 years ago!
Learning about architecture and interior design can be so much fun, I find it amazing that many designers stop learning once their businesses are up and running. If you love what you do, your learning never stops. What have you learned recently that has totally surprised you? I'd love to know! #villasavoye #archinerd