Charlotte Perriand, Complete Works. Vol 1, 1903-1940

Charlotte Perriand is one of the most marking figures of design from the 20th century. Along with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, she designed many pieces of furniture, considered today as masterpieces, and notably the famous "Chaise longue basculante".

First volume from a series of 4 books, this work presents her early years : her education, her discovery of photography, her apprenticeship at the Union centrale des arts décoratifs, her first projects and her first pieces of furniture. It also allows us to understand her activist engagements that led her to think an architecture in the service of the people, such as her "Maison au bord de l'eau" (1934).
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Charlotte Perriand : Inventing a new world

Description & Features

Characteristics

Available in French and in English
Hardcover
Colored and black and white illustrations

Authors
Jacques Barsac
Publisher
Editions Norma
Dimensions
32 x 24 cm
Publication year
2015
Number of pages
511
EAN
9782915542608

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