The combination of luxury brand and iconic architecture has proved itself successful last year in Miami during Art Basel which Louis Vuitton presented a house by Charlotte Perriand. This time it Bally, the Swiss luxury shoe and accessory brand, presents an original 1944 prefab house by Jean Prouvé, at the fabulous garden of the Delano South Beach. In it, art by Brooklyn-based talent Zak Kitnick is presented and outside, furniture from its own collection, by such masters as Pierre Jeanneret and Robert Malles-Stevens who designed Bally's flagship stores in Paris and in Lyon in 1929 and 1934. The house is a part of a program initiated during the Liberation by French Minister for Reconstruction Raoul Dautry who commissioned Prouve's workshop to fabricate model houses that came to relocate the inhabitants of Lorraine who had been displaced by the destructive bombings of WWII. Only a few hundred copies were created in multiple formats and only 15 of them exist today. Bally's acquired this example as a part of its modernist design program.