Originally concieved in 1934, designed by Charlotte Perriand, the celebrated 20th-century architect and designer and right-hand woman of architect Le Corbusier. It was a second prize winning project for a competition sponsored by L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui magazine. The concept was to introduce her concept of an made of natural resources, eco-friendly, pre-fabricated affordable holiday home for a wide-range audiences. The design was never actually built, although it was meant for Charlotte Perriand to rework the idea into several other variations for wealthier vacationers, but the project was only remained at an early conceptual stage. But now, eight decades later, Louis Vuitton has brought the original beach house design to life with the assistance of her daughter Pernette Perriand-Barsac.