Above: A courtyard and exterior of Villa Noailles in Hyères, France

Built in the 1920s, Villa Noailles is one of the most important works of modern architecture in France and was designed by architect Robert Mallet-Stevens for the art patrons Charles and Marie-Laure de Noailles, in the hills overlooking the seaside town of Hyères in the Var.

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Above: A courtyard and exterior of Villa Noailles in Hyères, France

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