Villa Savoye is a Le Corbusier‘s masterpiece villa in Poissy, France. It built in 1929 with the modern International Style. When World War II broke, the house fell into ruin and was left in a state of disrepair. After that, the villa rebuilt and now it is open for viewing. It looks like a floating building with the pilotis which buttress the main building.
The building is designed based on Le Corbusier’s basic tenets of a new aesthetic of architecture constructed in reinforced concrete. It is:
Villa Savoye designed to be a villa for Living ideal. For this purpose, there is a number of mechanical devices for easing manual tasks. The flat roof chosed by Le Corbusier for functionality. But less than fully functional and leaked. It not uses a normal stairs but ramps to go to one floor to another floor.