Charlotte Perriand pair of low lounge chairs, France, 1968

Perriand, Charlotte
Lounge Chairs

A pair of low 'chauffeuse' (fireside) lounge chairs attributed to Charlotte Perriand. The chairs are from the La Cachette building at the Arc 1600 ski resort in Les Arcs (1967-69), built by a team of architects, including  Perriand.

The chairs are made of solid wood, giving the chairs a solid and rustic look, matching the chalet style interior of the building.

We can make cushion for these chairs in our in house upholstery atelier. 

  • 4840
  • Price on request
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