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Maison de Verre

Day Trip to Paris for Members

Series: Members' Event
Date: Thursday 18 April 2013
Time: 07:00
Venue: Paris
Running time: 0 mins

*Fee: £240 for members, £220 for AA students (Eurostar return included)

The AA Membership Office is organising a spring day trip to visit Pierre Chareau's Maison de Verre (1928–32) in Paris. Architect and architectural historian Mary Johnson will lead the tour. The day's itinerary also includes a visit to Maison La Roche (Le Corbusier, 1923–25), a guided tour of Rue Mallet-Stevens and a walking tour of Saint Germain-des-Près.

*The trip price includes a return Eurostar train from London to Paris, entry to both the Maison de Verre and Maison La Roche, a Paris travel pass, tour guides and 3-course evening meal.

This trip is now fully booked but if you are interested in being added to the waiting list call Joanne McCluskey on 02078874034 or email events@aaschool.ac.uk.

For a complete listing of upcoming membership events see here.

Watch Maison de Verre short film here. Both the image and video are © Bob Vickery (AA Alumnus) courtesy of AA Photo Library Collection.


Pierre Chareau: Maison de Verre is available at the AA bookshop. Text by Yoshio Futagawa (in Japanese and English). Edited and photographed by Yukio Futagawa. aabookshop.net

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