It’s not only breathtaking but really spectacular–and we’re not just speaking about this present day dream residence itself. Charlotte Perriand was so ahead of her time when in 1934 she created La Maison au Bord de l’Eau, or residence by the water. The modernist architect, designer, planner and photographer was progressive in her utilization of materials (price-powerful wood, glass and material), as effectively as her integration of an eco-pleasant, pre-fabricated vacation dwelling.
The satellite exhibition was unveiled during Miami Beach’s famed Art Basel as portion of Design and style Miami. The construction was developed for this year’s exhibit by Louise Vuitton in collaboration with the architect’s daughter, Pernette Perriand-Barsac primarily based on the architect’s sketches from 1934. The beachy-mod cottage is perched on a series of wooden blocks, sitting right on the beach behind The Raleigh Hotel and hunting properly nestled on the sands as it was first intended by Perriand.
A modest U-shaped residence, smooth wood wraps walls, ceilings and floors during. Plentiful windows and large sliding glass doors expose the interiors to the balmy outside, although a central deck is covered by a white material canopy supplying just adequate shade for loungers. And speaking of lounging, one of Perriand’s signature chaise styles is spotlighted on the deck, resting behind a glazed railing.
The bedrooms encompass one particular side of the property, whilst the major living areas which includes kitchen and dining area occupy the other. Interestingly, Perriand developed the simple, however simple stylish beds with neck-rolls and metal frames. Furnishings are also constructed of wood, allowing the interiors to harmoniously mix collectively. Developed-ins are all over the place from tables to benches and shelving to consoles, creating for a functional property regardless of the modest spaces. A stainless steel clad bathroom amazes with its gleaming finishes which contrast the wood-deck floor magnificently. Accents of blue are found in sleek cylindrical lighting fixtures, countertops and decor, matching the corrugated metal roof bringing together a cohesive vibe.
La Maison au Bord de l’Eau is a modern dream home masterpiece, one particular envisioned by a pioneering lady 80 years in the past and, ever so gratefully, brought to daily life by a mega fashion residence of right now.