Visits to Le Corbusier's apartment-studio

The studio-apartment of Le Corbusier will be exceptionally closed to the public on Saturday June 25.
We thank you for your understanding.

Molitor building,
The first residential building with a glass façade,
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Label Maison des illustres

The apartment-studio occupies the top two floors of a totally innovative building designed between 1931 and 1934 by Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret on the border between Paris and Boulogne. With eight floors of fully glazed facades, he created the first glass apartment building in the history of architecture. Since 2016, the Molitor building has been listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site, along with seventeen other major sites created by Le Corbusier. It was the subject of a restoration campaign in 2017 and 2018.

The 240m2 duplex houses Le Corbusier's home and painting studio. Bathed in light and open to nature, we find the elements of his architectural language: the free plan, the large lengthwise glazed panels, the roof terrace, the polychromy, and the huge pivoting doors which partition as much as they fluidify the space.

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OPENING DAYS AND TIMES :
Thursday and Friday from 1.30 pm to 6 pm
Saturday from 10am to 1pm and from 1.30pm to 6pm
Last admission at 5:30 pm
Private opening on request.
Annual closure from 1st to 22nd August

RECEPTION CONDITIONS :
The flat is located on the 7th floor of the building and is accessible by stairs. Only people with reduced mobility and elderly people are allowed to use the lift. We apologise for the inconvenience caused, which is beyond our control.
Ticketing on site, no prior reservation required
Visit limited to 40 minutes

RATES :
10 €: full price
5 €: reduced rate (jobseekers, students, children over 14)
15 €: combined ticket (visit to the La Roche house and Le Corbusier's apartment-workshop)
Free for children under 14 years old.

MEDIATION/ GUIDED TOUR :
Guided tours at 11am and 3pm depending on opening days : €5
Guided tour in English and Portuguese on request: 5 € (minimum 4 people)
Guides and discovery booklets for young visitors

GROUPS :
Reservation required: reservation@fondationlecorbusier.fr
15 people maximum
Entrance fee: adult €10 / children and students € 5
Guided tour price in French: €100
Guided tour in English and Portuguese on request: €125
Guided tour price for schoolchildren: €50

Possibility of private opening from Tuesday to Friday during the day with a supplement of 350 euros.
We also organise "Prestige Tours" (guided tour followed by a cocktail) in the evening from Tuesday to Saturday inclusive. Prices according to format, on request.

Metro :
Porte d’Auteuil stop
Michel-Ange Molitor stop
Bus :
Porte Molitor stop
Porte d’Auteuil stop
More information :
City bike (Vélib):
Station n° 16036 : Place de la Porte Molitor
Station n° 16044 : 24 av de la Porte de Saint-Cloud
More information at : www.velib-metropole.fr
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Studio-apartment Le Corbusier
Photo : Olivier Martin-Gambier 2005
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Booklet of the Studio-Apatment of Le Corbusier
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Immeuble Molitor, 24 rue Nungesser et Coli, appartement de Le Corbusier
Photo : Antoine Mercusot / Restauration : François Chatillon 2018
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Visitor Charter
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