Charlotte Perriand“Ombre” chair

Ebonized bent plywood
Manufactured by Tendo Mokko, Japan
Underside with editor’s logo, numbered and signed
Circa 1990
The model initially designed during her second trip in Japan, for the exhibition « Proposition d’une synthèse des arts » in 1955
Height: 25 3/16 in. / Length: 17 3/4 in. / Width: 19 11/16 in.

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ABOUT Charlotte Perriand

1903-1999, 

France

Charlotte Perriand is a French architecture and designer. While men of her entourage have tried - and finally failed, but recently - to put her aside, she is one of the figurehead of Modernity in the 20th century. Her commitment can be summed up by her own words:  “the important thing is not the object, but the human being”. From her free-form tables to her “Nuage” libraries, her creations are all organic and functional.