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Most Remarkable Living Spaces of the 20th Century

In architecture schools, the syllabus for living spaces is given at the beginning of the course. It might be because living spaces are the most basic category within the field, yet it has one of the most complex designs. Most architects have at least one house in their portfolio. Here are our ‘treasure chests’ of the most remarkable living spaces of the twentieth century. As Le Corbusier said: ‘The home should be the treasure chest of living’

 STORY BY Anton Adianto and Barbara Hahijari 

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