Access Tour Exhibition

Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life Multisensory Tour

Join this guided Multisensory Tour of Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life for blind and partially sighted visitors.

What to expect

Join this Multisensory tour of the Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life exhibition for blind and partially sighted visitors. Specialist guide Andrew Mashigo will introduce visitors to the 20th century architect and furniture designer, who is celebrated in this exhibition through original sketches and reconstructions of her work.

Charlotte Perriand on the chaise longue basculante B306, 1929, © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2020 / © AChP

Charlotte Perriand, Gaston Regairaz (architects), Guy Rey-Millet/AAM (site manager), La Cascade residence, Arc 1600, 1967-1969, © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2020 / © AChP

Charlotte Perriand, Bookcase for the Maison du Mexique, 1952, © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2020 / © AChP

Charlotte Perriand, Maison au bord de l'eau, 1934, © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2020 / © AChP

Booking information

Free event. Pre-booking required.

Due to very limited capacity, this tour is only for blind and partially sighted visitors.

Please ensure you only book if you definitely plan to attend, and please cancel your booking in advance if your availability changes.

Capacity: 20 people

Access

Whether you’re taking part in the dedicated Access programme or just popping in for a visit, the museum does everything it can to make sure your experience is enjoyable.

Facilitator

Andrew Mashigo

Andrew is an artist, design enthusiast and freelance museum educator. He works collaboratively with blind and visually impaired creative practitioners, creating collaborative workshops, exhibitions and tours.

The exhibition

Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life

Meet one of the great furniture designers and architects of the twentieth century whose work was often overshadowed by her male peers, such as Le Corbusier and Jean Prouvé.