If you ask a taxi driver to take you to this adress in Marseille this summer he will take you to the Radiant City designed by the architect Le Courbusier built between 19545-1952. Between 15 July-15 August you can see these pieces designed by the marvelous French design duo the Bouroullec Brothers exhibited in an appartment. This project started with an encounter between the owners and the design duo. It’s not a museum it’s a living space they remodeled to give a tribute to Charlotte Perriand and Jean Prouve who worked closely with Le Courbusier and there are original pieces by them in the space. Bouroullec’s Zip carpet (yes the four pieces are hold together by a zip). The steelwood collection manufactured by Magis. An elegant way to show how well you can match the 2 materials together. The lighthouse lamp manufactured by Established and Sons. When you see these pictures you have a hard time to think you are in a concrete building. With these beautiful big wooden windows to let the natural light in. Their magnificant wall art Clouds made in collaboration with the Swedish fabric company Kvadrat. Yes it’s all in concrete but Le Courbusier gives it a playful touch with the colors on the balconies. A huge complex of 360 apartments! Alors, Taxi ammenez moi au 280 Boulevard Michelet Svp!