• Gallery Post // Charlotte Perriand’s 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton.


    Posted on 8th April, by Team Yellowtrace in architecture, interior design. 1 Comment

    Charlotte Perriand's 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton | Yellowtrace

    Charlotte Perriand's 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton | Yellowtrace

    Charlotte Perriand's 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton | Yellowtrace

    Charlotte Perriand's 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton | Yellowtrace

    Charlotte Perriand's 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton | Yellowtrace

     

    La Maison au Bord de L’Eau was designed in 1934 by architect, designer, planner and photographer Charlotte Perriand. For a Design Miami 2013 satellite exhibition, Louis Vuitton has built the house, which has proven “contemporary in light of the advancements in wooden architecture.” The house was originally conceived for a design contest held by L’architecture d’aujourd’hui magazine. It’s aim was to be a simple, economical form of holidaying for the mass market. It won second prize, so was never built – until now, eight decades later.

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    [Images courtesy of Louis Vuitton.]

     





  • One Response to “Gallery Post // Charlotte Perriand’s 1934 Miami Beach House by Louis Vuitton.”

    1. […] sophisticated creations sit in perfect harmony with the original work by Charlotte Perriand and Le Corbusier. By evoking the singular fate of this place and it’s rich history, Pierre […]



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