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Six CP1 wall lights in metal by Charlotte Perriand for Steph Simon, 1960

4 9/10 × 6 3/10 × 2 3/5 in
12.5 × 16 × 6.5 cm
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H 40 x D 31

CP1, Suite de six appliques , Métal

Edition Steph Simon, by Charlotte Perriand for …

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H 40 x D 31

CP1, Suite de six appliques , Métal

Edition Steph Simon, by Charlotte Perriand for Steph Simon

Carlos Mota, A touch of style, Assouline, 2015, n.p. Georges Jouve, Jousse entreprise,2005, p. 294. Catalogue d’exposition Charlotte Perriand, Centre Georges Pompidou,2005, p.154. Patrick Favardin, Les …

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Charlotte Perriand
French, 1903–1999
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Charlotte Perriand was a rare female voice among the avant-garde designers whose designs shaped …

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Charlotte Perriand was a rare female voice among the avant-garde designers whose designs shaped modern living in the early 20th century. As a student, she rejected the popular Beaux-Arts style and found inspiration instead in machine-age technology. She joined the studio of Le Corbusier at 24, where she experimented …

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H 40 x D 31

CP1, Suite de six appliques , Métal

Edition Steph Simon, by Charlotte Perriand for …

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H 40 x D 31

CP1, Suite de six appliques , Métal

Edition Steph Simon, by Charlotte Perriand for Steph Simon

Carlos Mota, A touch of style, Assouline, 2015, n.p. Georges Jouve, Jousse entreprise,2005, p. 294. Catalogue d’exposition Charlotte Perriand, Centre Georges Pompidou,2005, p.154. Patrick Favardin, Les …

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Charlotte Perriand
French, 1903–1999
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Charlotte Perriand was a rare female voice among the avant-garde designers whose designs shaped …

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Charlotte Perriand was a rare female voice among the avant-garde designers whose designs shaped modern living in the early 20th century. As a student, she rejected the popular Beaux-Arts style and found inspiration instead in machine-age technology. She joined the studio of Le Corbusier at 24, where she experimented …

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Six CP1 wall lights in metal by Charlotte Perriand for Steph Simon, 1960

4 9/10 × 6 3/10 × 2 3/5 in
12.5 × 16 × 6.5 cm
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