The famous Grevin Museum in Paris was originally a museum uncommon in Switzerland. A journey with the image of the legendary Charlie Chaplin, situated within the last residence occupied by actor and director, called Chaplin’s World , extending over 3000m2 on the shores of Lake Geneva. For sixteen years, the architect Philippe Meylan and Yves Durand museographer had the idea of a museum paying tribute to the man who was Chaplin. The visitor is immersed in his living room, studios, filming of his movies as an actor or director. Photographer Marc Ducrest immortalized this timeless places.