The name of the sponsor couple, Perdrizet house is the fourth individual house built by Claude Parent.
Erected in 1955 in Champigny, in collaboration with Jean Perdrizet itself, Maximilien Herzele and Antoine Fasani, Claude Parent is revolutionizing the landscape of banks of the Marne.
He breaks all the traditional codes thanks to geometric lines and the use of reinforced concrete complete break with the wood of the neighboring houses.
Its roof leaves already guess what was to be the work of his life a few years later, “oblique architecture.”
Still adulated by some and hated by others, 62 years after its construction, the house Perdrizet can not be ignored. Unfortunately, the years have been due to the original plan and remain today the exterior walls and roof. Even helicoïdal staircase, the backbone of the house has withstood the miserable desires of some successive owners.
Fortunately, the charm of this house has not wavered through the bay windows full height and the view down the edges of Marne.
Today the house consists of two independent levels connected by a small internal staircase. The upper part has a beautiful lobby with its open kitchen, a bathroom and the master bedroom. The lower part, also consists of a large reception with open kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom. The latter also enjoys a view on the banks of marl featuring a terrace overlooking the field.
Real signature and symbol of an emerging architectural movement, this home of Claude Parent asks only to find an architecture enthusiast who will be keen to restore its former glory.
This property is not subject to the condominium regime.
Transport: Station of Boullereaux Champigny
Energy rating :
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80