In the early 1950s, Le Corbusier designed 'Unité d'Habitation', an 18-storey residential complex that was supported by giant columns. Thus, the landscape visually passed through the building and the ground floor remained an accessible public space. This complex also comprised shops, a school and a sports facility. On the roof of this building there even were a sun terrace and a swimming pool.
Louise Marie’s stone columns give the building a robust foundation and radiate solid class. Moreover, they provide a sense of security for those who are in the building. You immediately feel safe and at home when you step into the spacious entrance hall.