Project 1: "Albert Frey", "Aluminaire House"
Albert Frey born on October18, 1903 and died on November 14 1998. Albert Frey style of designing was modernism and dessert modernism. From 1928 Frey worked for Le Corbusier as an apprentice until 1930 where he went to U.S and partnered up with A. Lawrence Kocher to build what is known for as the first all metal house in the U.S The Aluminaire House. After he started living in CA Palm Springs where he designed many more houses and historical site where he died on November 1998.
- First floor plant served as a garage and had a compartment for the boiler. It was the entrance to the house through an open porch that gave access to a ladder.
- Second floor has a living room with double height, about 5 feet tall, a dining room, master bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a staircase. In the dining room cupboard designed by Frey in metal and glass lay an extensible table, especially designed for that space
- Third floor upper floor housed a library, a spacious bathroom and a partially covered terrace offering additional living space.