Architect, designer, urban planner and photographer, Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999) lived through the 20th and created for over 70 years. She played a leading role in the history of European and Japanese design and in architecture. A founding member of the Union des artistes modernes (UAM) in 1929, she is one of the great figures of the modern avant-garde and the first woman to create a leisure city, Les Arcs (France), for 30.000 people, directing the entire project, from urban planning to architecture and design.
Charlotte Perriand. Pioneer of the modernity retraces her personality, her career and her work.
A conference by Pernette Perriand (to be confirmed) and Jacques Barsac as part of the exhibition Charlotte Perriand. How do we want to live? Politics of photomontage
Where: Design Museum Brussels
Speakers: Pernette Perriand (to be confirmed) and Jacques Barsac
Price: free (- 26 yo) / € 5 (standard) (+ administrative costs)
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : designmuseum.brussels