Meeting with Charlotte Perriand
Whether you know her name, her works or neither, (re) discover one of the major French figures of the XNUMXth century of design and architecture.
“Architect, town planner, designer, photographer, artistic director, propagandist of art for all ... I do not define myself, that would be a limitation." She quoted.
Social activist and true pioneer of her time, Charlotte Perriand imagines functional and accessible living spaces in the service of a better society.
The book, Charlotte Perriand The Modern Life, traces the beautiful journey of Perriand, from the creation of furniture, to photography, including architectural projects such as Les Arcs ski resort. Discover her remarkable collaborations with Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret, Jean Prouvé or even Fernand Léger, her personal sketchbooks, her most famous interiors and photographs. This book reveals Perriand's creative process in order for us to understand her work in depth. Charlotte Perriand, who died in 1999, continues to spread her style and inspiration nowadays thanks to her avant-garde and timeless vision.
Beyond the cultural discovery and the inspiration it gives off, this book is a magnificent object, just as beautiful as it is interesting.
To read and admire again and again!
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Text, photos and video: Sarah / Biutiful Creative Studio