This is a concrete villa that looks very unique and strange. By incorporating some geometrical shapes make this villa looks very complicated, but neat.
This is Villa Drusch, designed by Claude Parent, the famous French modernist built in 1963 for a local industrialist Gaston Drusch. It implemented the “theory of oblique architecture” because it looks like a house architect turned on its side.
Simple rectangular concrete box into a highly original living space with complicated angles and open spaces. Outdoor lap pool is placed to provide the ability to jump there from the bedroom window.
Living space is encased in an aluminum-framed glass, which naturally opens the interior lights. A staircase inside the exterior structure following the slope. Many of the inner surface is also made of concrete.
It’s amazing, though the house was designed a long time even today look more contemporary.