An important figure of modernism in the 1930s, and the principal protagonist of organic design in the 1950s, Charlotte Perriand was a true 20th century pioneer. Although her name has long been inseparable from that of Le Corbusier, in this volume Perriand is shown in a new light, as the vital energy and rigorous, natural forms of her furniture and integrated spaces are examined. A fascinating portrait of a free-spirited woman whose accomplishments continue to embellish our everyday life.
Art critic and design historian Elisabeth Vedrenne has written for numerous magazines including Decoration Internationale and Elle Decoration. She now works for Connaissances des Arts, as well as for design magazines Intramuros and Maison Francaise. ISBN: 9782843236617Hardcover / 6 x 8.5"80 Pages, 60 Images
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