Nearby Eileen Gray's "E.1027" villa (in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, a village in the South of France) lies Le Corbusier's famous "Cabanon", a timber holiday cabin he built in 1952. It's open for visits thanks to Fondation Le Corbusier, more information here.
"Le Corbusier, arguably the greatest architect of the 20th century, was obsessed and haunted by the seaside villa Eileen Gray built. Over the decades, he sought to possess her “maison en bord de mer” in a multitude of ways. It may have been the last thing he saw before dying of a heart attack while swimming off the rocks beneath E-1027 in 1965."(link)