Modernist apartment

Jean Dubuisson architect
Courbevoie (92)




135 m²
3 bedrooms
1 bathroom, 1 shower room


On the banks of the Seine, this flat with a view is set in a building designed by Jean Dubuisson, an exemplary architectural achievement of the 20th century.

With a surface area of 135 m² under Carrez law and a 22 m² loggia, it features a 44 m² reception room opening onto a loggia with panoramic views over Paris, followed by an alcove that could be converted into a bedroom and a study – both with loggias. Three bedrooms with views over La Défense, a bathroom, a shower room, a separate kitchen and its fore-kitchen complete the ensemble. With parking and cellar.

On a high floor, it is just a stone’s throw from La Défense and Paris. It is very bright and offers uninterrupted views of the whole of Paris and the Eiffel Tower.

The flat still features many of the period features designed by Jean Dubuisson, such as the height-adjustable shelves that run along the windows and the furniture in the study, giving it an old-fashioned charm.

Jean Dubuisson

Jean Dubuisson (1914-2011), a prolific builder of large housing estates in the 1950s and 1960s, was one of the leading architects of the Trente Glorieuses period. His style and quality of use were widely recognised, both in Paris and in the suburbs. He designed numerous property programmes for low-income housing associations, such as the “La Caravelle” housing block in Villeneuve-la-Garenne (1959-1968), as well as luxury projects such as the flats for the headquarters of the Allied Forces in Europe, the “Shape village” in Saint-Germain-en-Laye (1951). He has also designed emblematic buildings in Paris, such as the two apartment blocks in the Maine-Montparnasse development (1966) and the Musée des Arts et Traditions populaires (1969).

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Jean Dubuisson


Courbevoie (92)