The Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand dinner set contains blue and white plates, hand-decorated with motifs adapted from photographs taken by the influential designer in the late 1930s.
In this period, photography took on a key role in Perriand’s wide-ranging creative practice, which encompassed architecture, urban planning, interiors and furniture design.
The Le Monde de Charlotte Perriand collection borrows three abstracted natural motifs from these photographs, that are unrecognisable at first glance: a fishbone, the circular bands of a tree trunk and the contours of a patch of snow on a stone floor.
The collection includes a service plate, dinner plate, bowl and dessert plate, all presented in sets of two. The three core patterns are available across all items and the different sets can be mixed and matched.
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