Modern French Rectangular Concrete Home in 1963 by Claude Parent. Portrait of architecture seen below, revealing the architecture with the unique shape of the building. This house is a building project that was built for local industrialization Drusch Gaston in 1963. French modernist project was designed by Claude Parent, by applying the concept or theory of oblique architecture, seen from the shape of the building is like a house turned on its side. Simple rectangular concrete box into a highly original living space with complicated angles and open spaces. Outdoor lap pool is placed to provide the ability to jump there from the bedroom window. Living space is encased in an aluminum-framed glass, which naturally opens the interior lights.