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Charlotte Perriand, a renowned figure of 20th century modernism for her work as an architect, designer, planner and photographer, first drafted the plans for La Maison au bord de l’eau (the “house by the water”) over eighty years ago in 1934.
Outside of Design Miami/, there’s a number of design and architectural landmarks, events and exhibitions to experience around town.
Throughout the years, Design Miami/ has presented the work of some of the most influential (and promising) female designers, and it will be no different come this December. So, here’s some reading material that will acquaint you with design’s leading women…
In postwar France, a new generation of architects and designers produced innovative works dedicated to modernity, utility and elegance. We explore some of the best the period has to offer…
“Here’s to Charlotte Perriand, one of the most influential furniture designers of the early modern movement! I love of course the 1928 tubular steel chair, which she’s best known for, but it’s nice to see this 1963 piece here at Design Miami, very resonant with today’s trends. Functional, elegant, modern, and sculptural with simple lines and an innovative mix of materials for the period – still very much at the heart of contemporary lifestyle!”
CAROLINE BAUMANN/ Acting Director, Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum