Maison d’Ozenfant, the house-atelier designed by Le Corbusier in 1922 for artist Amédée Ozenfant, was chosen by Tecno as its home in Paris. In this location marked not only by creativity but by application and thought, Tecno confirms its identity as a “design factory” that promotes the values of design, excellence and innovation.
It is the first residential project by Le Corbusier to test his design philosophy.
This modern purist architecture full of light becomes a place for relation and encounter between architects, identifying innovative solutions for new ways of working and living.
Not a showroom, but a set to present the Tecno’s heritage through the iconic pieces, likeP40 by Osvaldo Borsani and Nomos table by Foster, and to experiment io.T (Intelligence of Tecno), its most recent research on smart furnishings inside a transparent conference space, delimited by the W80 and W40 partitions.