French architect and designer Charlotte Perriand.
Born to clothing craftsman parents, he grew up surrounded by a variety of materials.
Studied at the Central Union School of Decorative Arts (Ecole UCAD) in Paris, graduating in 1926.
He has his own atelier and exhibits his furniture in numerous exhibitions.
In 1927, the "Attic Bar" exhibited at the Salon d'Automne created a sensation.
This work inspired him to enter Le Corbusier's atelier.
This was a fateful encounter, and many masterpieces, including chaise longues, were released with Le Corbusier.
In 1940, at the invitation of Junzo Sakakura, who was arranging desks with him at his atelier, he was invited to Japan as an adviser for exporting crafts.
During her one-year residency, she toured various parts of Japan under the guidance of Sori Yanagi, and was deeply impressed by the traditional Japanese way of life and aesthetic sense, which was strongly reflected in her subsequent works.

"Les Arcs Pottery Pot"
This is a vintage pot that was used in the facility of the famous French ski resort "Les Arcs" that Charlotte Perriand was involved in.
Manufactured by Bauscher Weiden in Germany, Perian carefully selected tableware from this manufacturer.

This item is a vintage item.
Overall there are small scratches and stains due to aging.
Country / Germany
Years: 1960s
size: width 21cm height 16cm

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