Paris in 1903 was a very modern city and the most popular among artists: that year Charlotte Perriand was born. A great sportswoman and music enthusiast, she was attracted by empty space because emptiness, she used to say, can contain anything. She worked with Le Corbusier and Jean Prouvé. Drawing on her love for mountains, she designed the famous ski resort “Les Arcs”. After her first book about the life of Lina Bo Bardi, Ángela León introduces us another restless protagonist of 20th Century culture.
- discovering life and works by Charlotte Perriand;
- thinking about the meaning of ‘empty’;
- designing a shelter for someone who needs it.