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Charlotte Perriand was a rare female voice among the avant-garde designers whose designs shaped modern living in the early 20th century.


A pioneer of modernism in France, Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999) was one of the most influential figures in 20th century design and architecture. In her long career, Perriand’s aesthetic grammar constantly evolved, moving from the tubular steel furniture of the “Machine Age” to a lyrical naturalism.


As a student, she rejected the popular Beaux-Arts style and found inspiration instead in Machine Age technology. She joined the studio of Le Corbusier at 24, where she experimented with steel, aluminum, and glass, developing a series of tubular steel chairs that remain a modern icon.


This stylish lamp was designed in 1950-1959 produced by Jumo. The piece is black and white lacquered metal. Composed of joints and globes that articulates 360 degrees.



Charlotte Perriand Jumo Desk Lamp

  • Details

    Creator: Charlotte Perriand (Designer)

    Height: 18.9 in. (48 cm)
    Width: 16.54 in. (42 cm)
    Depth: 8.27 in. (21 cm)

    Materials and Techniques: Enamelled Metal

    Place of Origin: France

    Period: 1950-1959

    Date of Manufacture: 1959

    Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use. Some scratches. Cosmetic wear and tear consistent with age and use.

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