Dusk light on the Malraux museum building. The huge sculpture by Henri-Georges Adam is dominating the front, facing the sea. The architecture of this place is very simple, but extremely functional. Everything is designed to give the le Havre light inside the exhibition halls. This clever use by the designer of the building of what is freely offered precisely on this location - light - bathes the art work inside in an always pleasant way. It is an achievement in a no-effect rectangular structure. Compared to more recent architectural statements that attracts your eye from the outside, this place is a demonstration of modesty. You want to get inside because it radiates some kind of mystery, being so simple outside. There must be a treasure inside !