Originally used in Les Arcs, this screen was so loved by Perriand that she incorporated it into her own atelier to separate her office and creative spaces. Remarkably elegant, Perriand considered even the most minute details in its creation. One example of this is the arrangement of nails fastening the wood together. Aligned diagonally, spaced 5 rows apart, the nails become a line that draws your eye through the grid, rather than being an unsightly aspect of this screen's construction. This historic, graceful, and exquisitely handmade piece defines the Les Arcs collection. Perriand's influence in design can be seen everywhere, yet there is nothing quite like these works. Our exhibition, Perriand in the Mountains, is on display until Sunday, May 27th.