Following the war in France, a new home model was introduced by designer Jean Prouvé (1901-1984). Trailing on the hopes for a better future, this package unveiled a primitive version of suburban living. An original appropriately named the Jean Prouvé House has made its way to the Galerie Patrick Seguin for show at Design Miami 2013 from December 3-8. Mind the simple form hoisted by a strong butterfly beam highlighted in lime green. Slats of aged timber cover the 8 x 8 structure, ultra modern windows slant toward the sun, and the plain roof makes for a clean finish. Utilizing metallurgy throughout the foundation and frame the concept assembled like building blocks for easy mobility to tear down, relocate, rebuild. Such a surprise how before-his-time he was, taking architecture into a realm of chic, minimal contemporary. Weaving the idea of resourcefulness and reusing into the earliest dialogues of preserving our planet.