Maison Louis Carre, Bazoches-sur-Guyonne

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Maison Louis Carré is a residential building in Bazoches-sur-Guyonne, France designed by Finnish modernist architects Elissa and Alvar Aalto. The house was designed for art collectors Olga and Louis Carré and completed in 1959.
The building is the only remaining building by Aalto in France.
Maison Louis Carré was opened to the public in 2007 under the management of the Alvar Aalto Association.
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  • I could have moved in straight away! There was even a walk in closet. The handles covered in leather to keep them warm. I loved the bath tub. Seems Aalvar covered it all. Good to combine this house....  more »
  • To visit you have to book a guided visit on the web site This house has been designed by Alvar Aalto, including all furnitures and lamps etc. This guided visit is very interesting and allows to see...  more »
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