15 December 2010
CHARLOTTE PERRIAND (1903-1999)
A Pine Console from the Hôtel de Doron, Méribel-Les-Allues, France, 1948
29½ in. (75 cm.) high, 46½ in. (118 cm.) wide, 13 in. (33 cm.) deep
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B. Lacroix, 'Mobiliers et Ensembles de Vacances', Art & Décoration, no. 1948, p. 3.
Charlotte Perriand designed the space and furniture for the restaurant, bar and guest rooms at Hotel du Doron, Méribel-les-Allues, when the complex was renovated.
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