In a fashionable suburb close to the center of Paris, on a street near the Bois de Boulogne, stands a true representation of modernism created by Le Corbusier. Originally built in the 1930’s, Les Maisons Jaoul’s two separate but interlinked homes embrace light filled space with exposed masonry and distinct arched ceilings. In 1965, a few years prior to Le Corbusier’s death, he created an extension to the homes original structure in steel and beam. As a milestone in the development of modern architecture, Les Maisons Jaoul incorporates Le Corbusier’s vision developed over his career as an Architect, Urban Planner, Painter and Writer. Home A: Drawing room, Dining room, 5 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, and Chapel. Home B: Living room, Breakfast Area, 5 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, Staff Quarters, and 5 Car Garage.