The most wanted stool in the world, designed by the eminent Parisian designer Charlotte Perriand.
This stool - tabouret is inspired by traditional shepherd's stools in the Alps.
Charlotte Perriand collaborated with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret for 10 years and together they designed design icons such as the chaise lounge and cubic armchairs.
The item for sale is one piece of the stool visible in the first photo.
Charlotte Perriand was a prominent French designer and architect, born on October 24, 1903. Her work significantly influenced the development of modern design and architecture. She studied at the prestigious Ecole de l'Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, where she gained education in furniture and interior design.
In the 1920s and 1930s, Perriand gained recognition for her unique and innovative approach to design. She collaborated with many renowned architects, including Le Corbusier, who was one of her most important mentors. Together with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, she co-designed iconic pieces of furniture and interiors, such as the chaise lounge and the cubic armchair.
Throughout her career, Charlotte Perriand continuously pushed the boundaries of design, experimenting with new materials and techniques. She was known for her functional and practical designs that focused on simplicity and efficiency. Her work combined aesthetics with functionality, creating spaces and furniture that were both beautiful and useful.
Perriand's contributions to the world of design continue to be celebrated and her designs remain highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts around the world. Her legacy as a visionary and influential designer lives on, inspiring generations of designers to come.
|Material||ash wood painted black|