Flaine is located in the Haute-Savoie region, close to Geneva and Mont-Blanc. The resort of Flaine was created in the 60s by Eric and Sylvie Boissonnas, lovers of modern art and classical music. The primary directive of Flaine was to create in France a prototype of architecture, town planning and design, based on aesthetic choices and on environmental protection . The Architect of Flaine was Marcel Breuer, a boss of Bauhaus, born in Pécs in Hungary in 1902, died in 1981 in New York.
We stayed in the newest addition to the community, an apartment block called Les Terrasses d'Eos, a ski –in, ski-out development, which was constructed by Intrawest, a world leader in destination resorts. http://www.flaine-montsoleil.com/en/discover/
Psst...I’m in the last promotional picture on the website...just (picture below)...I’m in the red jacket preparing for a day on the slopes!