Restauration of the Villa Braillard


The villa was built by the architect Maurice Braillard in 1937 for a family of nurserymen and landscapers called Boccard. It is located in the parc de la Promenade des Crêts. Its green surroundings benefit from a magnificent escape on Mont Blanc.
The Braillard style is recognizable by the elaborate woodwork, the large bay windows and a bow window that stand out in all his creations. The villa has been listed as part of Geneva's architectural heritage since 2012.
The Terra and Casa Foundation is restoring it to its original shine while adapting it to the needs of the Urbanology programme.
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