Once again nature inspires. This time it's the color and texture of animals that we find in interiors - tinted greys and off color neutrals mimic the animal world and create a feeling of calm and harmony.
The Maison de Verre (House of Glass) was designed in the late 1920's in Paris by Pierre Chareau.
Behind the translucent glass-block facade hides an interior like no other. The photography by Francois Halard that illustrates the book La Maison de Verre (published by Thames & Hudson) captures the genius and beauty of the structure and it's contents as it must have been intended by Chareau. I will let the photographs speak for themselves.