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One of Le Corbusier's realisations. His houses are scattered over the planet from France to Japan, and the preserved buildings got UNESCO recognition. Built in 1927 in the Killesberg area, one of the wealthiest areas of Stuttgart. A lot has disappeared or has been adapted...More
This museum is very specialist and wouldn’t recommend for families with small children but if you have any love for architecture then it is well worth visiting as the houses that are featured are so amazing looking and revolutionary for their time! It is a...More
I am glad we managed to fit a brief visit to the house on our last day in Stuttgart.
The house is on a hill, so there are great views of the surrounding area including the TV tower. The house looks wonderful from the outside,...More
Half museum of le Corbusier and the collective modern designed buildings in the project area and more excitingly the other half left as it was meant to be with kitchen, sliding doors, roll away beds.
Good views of the area fro the roof terrace.
This housing development from 90 years ago includes examples of houses built by the most outstanding architects of the time. It is now, appropriately, a heritage site. You can stroll through the streets where there are notices about the houses and their respective designers and...More
It is clear that this style of architecture was and is of great international importance.I live in London and I can say that large parts of my neighbouring area have copied this style,not least the house that my late grandparents lived in.However I would add...More
If you are interested in modern architecture or its roots back in 1927 this is the place. Bauhaus architecture. About 1 hour for the visit and a great view over Stuttgart.
Rethinking the concepts of new housing space this museum shows you the attempt to...More