Mexique by Charlotte Perriand is designed to take up as little space as possible and can be grouped with several of its kind to create a spacious, organized set.
Mexique in American walnut solid wood, created between 1938 and 1939, the tables were developed in 1952 for the student rooms of the Maison du Mexique at the Cité Universitaire Internationale in Paris.
With a frame designed to be as compact as possible, tables can be placed side by side to create larger, symmetrical units. In 1952, wooden legs were replaced by triangular sectioned twisted metal. In 1956, a low-level version was created for the Galerie Steph Simon in Paris.
Available in solid wood and glossy or matt finishes, the generous depth of the wooden table top resonates with a rare beauty. Meanwhile, form follows function, in the form of edges that reflect the size of the human hand. New dining variants for 5 or 6 people, a new bar version and two new heights for low tables. In addition, a range of new finishes further enhance the potential of these tables to work together and serve new purposes.
Dimensions (cm): Width 118 x Depth 80 x Height 38