Charlotte Perriand is one of the fundamental figures in the history of Modern Design, taking part in a significant renewal of aesthetic values by giving birth to a modern sensibility of everyday living. In this context, she contributed to the design of interior architecture spaces conceived as a new way of living that is still part of the contemporary lifestyle today. Born in Paris in 1903, she began her career early: shortly after graduating from the École de l'Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs in 1925 she presented her first collection of objects and furniture at the Paris Exhibition of Decorative Arts. From 1927 he began working with Le Corbusier and Jeanneret where he was involved in research and development of interior spaces. This active participation with such important personalities and the experience of her long stay in Japan represent the peak working moments in Charlotte's life. Her talent encompasses a reinterpretation of the concept of living that combines tradition with modernity, such as the furniture produced with bamboo processing techniques, capable of enhancing the new forms experimented with tubular steel. The artist succeeded in establishing herself in the world of design, creating his own independent career. In the latter part of his life he slowed down her activity but always kept her atelier open. She received multiple honors and several retrospective exhibitions were dedicated to her. She passed away at the age of 96 in Paris in 1999.