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Villa Stein

Listed under Contemporary Architecture in Paris, France.

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The Villa Stein-de Monzie at Vaucresson, near Paris, was called "Les Terraces" after its complex spatial arrangement, which takes the visitor on a journey between inside and outside. The theme of inside/outside spaces give the occupants of each apartment a space which is essentially an extension of the sitting room, in which they can get some air and admire the magnificent view.

Written by  George Monkhouse.

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