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And La maison de verre?! Why is it not on the list? This surprises me.
The list is impressive but I was somewhat disappointed to see some of Le Corbusier's more important (ie.historically notible) works in Paris were omitted from the list. Most notible are the Salvation Army Bldg., Swiss Pavillion dormatory and the Maison Jaoul near the Arc de Triumph. In addition to Corb's work there are certainly many other worthwhile buildings to visit and admire - unfortunately the list is long and a visitor to Paris has only so much time to seek them out.
No Opera House (old or new)?
Including the locations is a brilliant touch.
Parc de la Vilette, Nemausus, Fouquet's Barrière (plus the ones mentioned below) if you're going to go for a weird number like 24 you may as well stretch it to 50 and include everything :)
We better have our own way of creativity.
Dude, your comments are always so vague that their meaning is completely lost.
You left out Canal + Headquarters by Richard Meier, and if you did so because of the allegations by his whiny staff, shame on you ! !
Maison de Verre
Notre Dame was not designed by Manuelle Gautrand because 850 years ago she wasn't born yet. In fact you should have documented the Memorial of the Deportation by Georges Henry Pingusson 1963, that you mention in the Notre Dame Caption which is located a few yards from the Nave. Have a great architectural trip to Paris and through France and thus a great summer, amitiés, pierre a varreon