Charlotte Perriand Mexique Coffee Table Cassina
The Perriand Mexique Low Table was designed in 1952 by Charlotte Perriand for the students’ rooms of the Maison du Mexique at the Cité Universitaire Internationale in Paris. Created for optimal use of space, this table provides a large accommodating top yet maneuverability around the triangular rounded design.
Perhaps best known for her long association with the architect Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand was a pioneer of bringing great design to the masses through the use of affordable materials and simple yet bold silhouettes. Her large-scale projects included the Geneva headquarters of the League of Nations.
Measuring 15" in height, 31.5" in width and 46.5" in length, it consists of a rounded triangular top in solid walnut, standing on tapering metal feet with a matte finish.
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