I am visiting at Design Miami since Monday night, which has been the best Fair to this date, full of objects and some spectacular, scholarly-oriented booths. My picks for Design Miami 2013 will be posted here for the next couple of days. First and foremost, I would like to mention Galerie Patrick Seguin, long time promoter of French postwar design. This time, the booth is dominated by a full-scale construction of one of Jean Prouvé's demountable houses, which the master designed in 1945. Fascinated with the idea of prefabricated houses to transform the lives of millions French living during the decades following WWII, he produced numerous such homes. This one has been assembled with parts from the Prouvé factory by Patrick Seguin.