An avant-garde icon of the 1950s, Pivotante à Poser was conceived by Charlotte Perriand as an architectural element. The light emission interacts with the material texture, volumes, dimensions and graphic signs created by the two rotating diffusers, which allow both closing and opening of the light beam for
direct or indirect light.
She was an architect, designer, as well as an enthusiastic hiker and skier, a visionary, an independent woman and a global traveller. From the early decades of the 20th century, she revisited the concept of design and its aesthetic values, giving life to contemporary design through timeless, iconic and authentic objects that bear witness to modern times.Discover
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