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"Tokyo" bench, circa 1956

Pine, wool upholstery.
22 1/2 × 82 3/5 × 28 3/5 in
57.2 × 209.9 × 72.7 cm
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Property of a Private Collector, New York

Issued by Galerie Steph Simon, Paris, France. Together …

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Property of a Private Collector, New York

Issued by Galerie Steph Simon, Paris, France. Together with a copy of a letter from Bernard Prouvé, son of Henri Prouvé, confirming the bench was acquired by his father from Galerie Steph Simon and used in his office until 1979.

Charlotte Perriand
French, 1903–1999
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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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Phillips

Property of a Private Collector, New York

Issued by Galerie Steph Simon, Paris, France. Together …

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Property of a Private Collector, New York

Issued by Galerie Steph Simon, Paris, France. Together with a copy of a letter from Bernard Prouvé, son of Henri Prouvé, confirming the bench was acquired by his father from Galerie Steph Simon and used in his office until 1979.

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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"Tokyo" bench, circa 1956

Pine, wool upholstery.
22 1/2 × 82 3/5 × 28 3/5 in
57.2 × 209.9 × 72.7 cm
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