A utopian city, or not, in Stuttgart, on the initiative of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Among the proposals of the time that dot the hill like architectural nuggets, the Maison Le Corbusier.
The Weissenhof is told in the space of Le Corbusier, an exemplary programme from 1927, the effervescence of the “New Objectivity”. On the first floor, furnished with period furniture, simple, uncluttered interplay of volumes that do justice to the natural light that is very present despite the sky of that day. The walls in shaded tones perfectly inhabit the space and give both a feeling of protection and great freedom; the colours are warm, fawn and enveloping. The openings offer perspectives towards the trees and the sky.
The little N°1 is posed in this iconic space, for a few furtive, hidden shots, then it is the amazement at the views from the roof terrace.