Charlotte Perriand Pair of Bar Stools in Leather

$5,450.00 USD per set
$5,450.00 USD

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Charlotte Perriand, bar stools, lacquered steel, leather, France, circa 1970.

Pair of stools of the famous model 'Les Arcs' by French architect and designer Charlotte Perriand. The simplistic design consist of a tubular steel frame with a seating of thick red saddle leather. The red leather and Industrial black lacquered steel give the stools a minimalistic yet chique look.

Les Arcs, a ski resort in the Alps in the southeastern of France, was one of the largest built projects of Charlotte Perriand's (1903-1999) career. Quality and harmony were two principles, strengthen by simplicity and force. The resort should be an integrated resort were sports and cultural activities met. She designed a series of furniture for this project by the name Arc Mobilier, including these stools.

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Product details

  • condition Good
  • date of manufacture 1970-1979
  • dimensions Height 35.44 in. Width 13.98 in. Depth 15.16 in.
  • dimensions Height 90 cm Width 35.5 cm Depth 38.5 cm
  • material Leather Steel
  • origin France
  • period 1970-1979
  • style Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
  • Barcode 45009988