Charlotte Perriand 'Model 19' Stool in Oak and Rope
Charlotte Perriand, model '19' stool, oak, rope, France, 1950s
A beautiful design by Charlotte Perriand: this '19' stool, a piece from the 1950s that embodies natural beauty and impeccable design. Crafted with precision, the stool features a sturdy oak frame, boasting four straight, thick legs elegantly connected by slim horizontal slats. What truly sets this piece apart is its woven rope seat, a testament to Perriand's ingenious use of materials and her ability to blend functionality with aesthetic appeal. The result is a stool that exudes charm and sophistication.
Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999) was a pioneering French architect and designer whose innovative work significantly influenced modern design in the 20th century. Born in Paris, Perriand studied furniture design at the École de L'Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs and later at the École des Beaux-Arts. Throughout her career, Perriand sought to make design accessible to all, believing that good design should improve the quality of everyday life.
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