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French architect and designer Charlotte Perriand, was one of the first women to conquer the man-dominated world of architecture and design in her career spanning over 4 decades. After initially being denied a job at Le Corbussier's studio, with the famous reply "We don’t embroider cushions here", a persistent Charlotte Perriand continued developing her own work, until she was eventually hired in 1927, when she was just 24 years old. The main work that got Le Corbussier’s attention was the “Bar under the Roof”: a large bar made of anodized aluminum glass and nickel-plated chrome decoration she made for the famous Salon d’Automne. Charlotte Perriand got her start co designing 3 chairs with Le Courbousier, and Pierre Jeanneret for Corbusier's studio in 1928: one for conversation: the B301 sling back chair, another for relaxation: the LC2 Grand Comfort chair, and the last for sleeping: the B306 chaise longue

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