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Cabanon de Le Corbusier, is both a total work of art and the archetype of the minimum cell, based on an absolute ergonomic and functionalist approach. Located on the seaside path, it is a modest wooden construction, covered with a cladding of pine bark and a slanted roof. The furniture is reduced to a bed, a table, and functional storage. The compact log is the only vacation home the architect built for himself with basic amenities and adorned with his distinctive murals. Heritage body UNESCO has added his works of art to its list of internationally significant architecture sites in 2016.