Maison de Verre, Paris Building, Architect, France, Rue St-Guillaume, Design, Date
Maison de Verre, Paris : Architecture
House of Glass : Pierre Chareau building, France
5 Feb 2010
Maison de Verre Paris
Classic Modern Paris building
Maison de Verre / The Glass House
Architect: Pierre Chareau
Address: 31 Rue St-Guillaume
Master craftsman: Louis Dalvet
Assistant architect: Bernard Bijvoet
Also known as the Maison Dalsace – House of Glass – this iconic building was designed by architects Bijvoet and Chareau.
Designed in a beautiful translucent style for successful Paris doctor, Dr. Dalsace and his wife.
Maison de Verre – new owner
The Maison de Verre was purchased by Robert Rubin in mid-2006. He aims to live in the Glass House with his french wife Stéphane and his three children. Rubin is a doctoral candidate in architectural history at Columbia University. Rubin is writing his thesis on the architecture of Pierre Chareau and Jean Prouvé. He bought the house from its owners, Dr. & Mrs. Vellay. Mrs. Vellay is the daughter of Dr. & Mrs. Dalsace.
Robert Rubin rescued Maison Tropicale by Jean Prouvé from the Republic of Congo in 1997. He intends to renovate the Maison de Verre.
Maison de Verre architect : Pierre Chareau
This Modern building that appears in almost all books on World Architecture
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