Already recognized worldwide, Le Corbusier designed spacious homes in bourgeois neighborhoods outside Paris, although not all come to build. The most striking is the house. Les Terrasses, raised in Garches on land that now belongs to the commune of Vaucresson. He was destined to Michael Stein, brother of writer Gertrude Stein and his wife Sarah, and Gabrielle Monzie; divorced radical socialist minister of Monzie Anatole and faithful supporter of Le Corbusier, thanks to who could carry out the flag of 1925. The luxury of these spaces annoy critics concerned about the social dimension of modern architecture.