Apartment house with garages.
Included selection sets: balcony, balcony railings, chimneys, comb, doors, drains horizontal, drains vertical, garage doors, main walls, roof main, roofs small, stairhead, stairhead railings, support bars, window railings, windows
Buildings of the 1950s have long had bad press. No matter the charm of their clean facades, glazed and equipped for some details like loggias embedded in concrete, we saw that "rabbit cages" poorly soundproof and poorly insulated.
Sixty years later, these architectural works are snapping up at prices sharply rising. The large apartments in the Croulebarbe tower of Edouard Albert, the first skyscraper in Paris, sell for up to 9,000 euros per square meter, or 1,000 euros more than the average of the 13th arrondissement and you have to live in a metal tower of twenty-three floors. In Marseille, the apartments of Fernand Pouillon, on the Old Port, can start at 13,000 euros per square meter. The rating of some less famous architects also goes up. "Jean Ginsberg's luxury housing, for example, is gaining value," says Simon Texier, author of Paris 1950. A Golden Age of the Building (Ed., Pavillon de l'Arsenal). It must be said that it really embodies the modernist side of the 1950s. For this art historian, the long decade from 1947 to the early 1960s is an "age of maturity for architecture that is often ignored".
After the war, the big French cities are experiencing an unprecedented housing crisis. We must build healthy and functional buildings. Some architects take advantage of this momentum to define the foundations of modern collective housing, generating nuggets. Some buildings have been very well thought out," says Corinne Bélier, director of the collections department at the Cité de l'architecture in Paris. For the first time, living plans gave pride of place to essential living rooms such as the living room. It is also the arrival of bathrooms and integrated kitchens.
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