Low Chair by Charlotte Perriand

celia-hannes:

Charlotte Perriand, Low chair, c. 1950, Japan

Dining Chairs by Charlotte Perriand

PHILLIPS - UK050314, Charlotte Perriand, Set of sixteen dining chairs, model no. 19, from 'L’Équipement de la Maison' series 2014-12-22 13-29-43

Dining Chairs by Charlotte Periand

Set of sixteen dining chairs, model no. 19, by Charlotte Perriand, from ‘L’Équipement de la Maison’ series, designed 1939, produced circa 1959.
Estimate between £6,000 – 8,000.
Sold for £21,250.
Lot 213 at Phillips.

Fauteuil Pivokant by Charlotte Perriand

design-is-fine:

Fauteuil pivokant. Thonet x Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999)

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Perriand designed this tubular-steel chair before she met the architect Le Corbusier and joined his studio, in November 1927. Its first use was in the apartment that she designed for herself and her English husband Percy Scholefield, adapting a top-floor photography studio on the place Saint-Sulpice in Paris. Similar chairs had been designed by friends of hers (Rene Herbst, Djo-Bourgeois and Louis Sognot) in Paris, under the influence of designs by Marcel Breuer and Mart Stam, illustrated in design magazines in 1926-7.

Charlotte Perriand Chairs for Les Arcs Ski Resort

Charlotte Perriand Chairs for Les Arcs Ski Resort

Charlotte Perriand Chairs for Les Arcs Ski Resort

A beautiful and rare pair of chairs by the famous Architect and furniture designer Charlotte Perriand. These chairs were designed for use at the Les Arcs ski resort she helped design with Le Corbusier in the early 1960’s. The two chairs are in super condition showing a lovely aged patina to the thick black leather, which has been cleaned and fed. The tubular chromed frames are in mint condition and have also been polished.

Via utilities:

Charlotte Perriand in LC4

Charlotte Perriand in LC4

Charlotte Perriand in LC4

rockebrunes:

Charlotte Perriand in LC4