Charlotte Perriand, Pioneer in the Art of Living

The architect and designer Charlotte Perriand ranks among the great creative figures of the twentieth century. Her revolutionary furniture designs have become contemporary icons. A free spirit with strong political convictions, she championed modernity and the art of inhabiting.
This documentary explores Perriand's development from her own perspective, from the 1930s, when she made common cause with Le Corbusier and avant-garde art, to her discovery of Japan.
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Charlotte Perriand : Inventing a new world

Description & Features

Characteristics

DVD NTSC - All zones
Colour
Length : 52 min
Audio : French / English
Subtitles : Closed captioning in French
Format 16:9
Stereo

Publisher
Fondation Louis Vuitton
Dimensions
14 x 19 cm

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