Located on a moraine above Orvin, the house in Jorat was built in 1907 by Léo-Paul Robert using his own plans.
Located on a moraine above Orvin, the Jorat house was built in 1907 by Léo-Paul Robert according to his own plans. Inspiring first Léo-Paul Robert, then his son Paul-André for their paintings, the Robert house was used as a residence to develop their art. In addition to the father and son, Léo-Paul Robert's uncle, Léopold, and another of his sons, Philippe, also made a name for themselves in the field of painting. The house, the studio and the garden have remained as they were and bear witness to the life and work of the Robert painters.
- Prices for groupsSchools
- CHF 30.-
- Prices per personAdults
- CHF 7.-
- CHF 3.-
- Open from April to October every first Sunday of the month.
- Schedule from 10am to 5pm (open house)
- Free visit of the garden
- On request, possibility to visit the house and garden outside visiting days.
- The house and garden can be rented for events.
- Parking in front of the football pitch (then, 200m on foot)