The House of broken porcelain
La Maison Cassee Vaisselle or House of broken Crockery is a very interesting tourist attraction located in the town of Louviers, France. Robert Vasseur and his wife abandoned the traditional exterior walls, but instead painstakingly decorated the house with mosaics of broken crockery, shells, iridescent glass, porcelain. Robert Vasseur was born in 1908, he worked first at the milk factory, then at the textile factory. His passion for Mosaic ornaments began in 1952, when he first got the idea of making repairs in his kitchen. Then he decorated the old kitchen sink with mosaics from broken pieces of old crockery, gluing it with cement.