Famous Grévin Museum in Paris, in behind an uncommon museum in Switzerland. A path to the effigy of the legend Charlie Chaplin, located in the last house where he lived, called Chaplin’s World, that extends on 3000m2 on the edges of Lake Geneva. During 16 years, architect Philippe Meylan and museographer Yves Durand got the idea of a museum paying tribute to the man. The visitor is immersed in his leaving room, his studios, on film sets. Photographer Marc Ducrest immortalized this out-of-time place.