Charlotte Perriand early mahogany tripod chair with backrest, France, 1940s

Perriand, Charlotte
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Side Chairs
,
France
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1940s

A tripod chair with a curved backrest in a dark mahogany, designed by Charlotte Perriand, ca. 1947. The chair was produced by Georges Blanchon for the 'L’Équipement de la Maison' collection. The model was used in the chalet-hotel Le Doron in the French ski resort Méribel Les Allues, built (1946-48) by architects Paul Grillo and Christian Durupt and furnished by Perriand. The chair has a wonderful, large wood connection in the seating, typical for Perriand's early work.

  • 616
  • 27.2 In / 69.0 cm
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