The Planeix house is an artist house-studio
located at number 24 bis-26 bis of Boulevard Masséna, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret designed and built it between 1925 and 1928 for the funeral sculptor and painter Antonin Planeix.
It is one of the rare creations of Le Corbusier of the house subject to the constraints of the common walls.
The painter Auguste Herbin had his studio in the 1930s. It was also the home of the Abstraction-Creation movement that he had created in 1931 with Georges Vantongerloo, Hans Arp, Albert Gleizes, Jean Helion, Georges Valmier and František Kupka.
Its facades and roofs were inscribed in historical monuments with a decree of August 16, 1976.
This house is reminiscent of the one built by Adolf Loos
for Tristan Tzara
in 1926, Avenue Junot in Paris. The building consists of 3 painting workshops and the house.
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