Charlotte Perriand low tripod stool, France, 1950s

Perriand, Charlotte
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Stools
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France
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1950s

A low tripod stool in stained ash by Charlotte Perriand.

The first tripod stool of this type by Perriand was designed in 1947 and produced by Georges Blanchon’s Bureau Central de Construction. In 1956 Steph Simon took over production. Perriand used this model in projects like her own apartment in Paris and the Les Arcs ski resorts.

  • 5701
  • Price on request
  • 10.6 In / 27.0 cm
  • 12.8 In / 32.5 cm

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