Showcasing a charming patina that tells a tale of time, this table is a creation by the visionary Charlotte Perriand.
Emerging from the dynamic design era of the 1970s, this piece was born with a distinct purpose - to grace the interiors of the Résidence Nova and Lauzières in Les Arcs 1800. Meticulously crafted, it boasts a square top made from solid laminated pine constrasting with the cross-shaped metal base elegantly lacquered in deep black.
Reference : Charlotte Perriand, Complete Work, vol. 4, Jacques Barsac, Scheidegger & Spiess, p. 268.
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Metal, Pine Wood
Good vintage condition, the tray has been refinished