Item description for Eileen Gray: Design and Architecture, 1878-1976 by Philippe Garner...
A woman among Modernists Though her work has often been overshadowed by that of her peers such as Le Corbusier and Marcel Breuer, Irish designer, lacquer-artist, and architect Eileen Gray (1878-1976) is now widely recognized as a designer of great talent and individuality. She first excelled in the exacting craft of lacquer, creating screens, panels, furniture, and objects of technical virtuosity and poetic strength. Eileen Gray then developed an interest in architecture, designing two houses, ?E-1027? (completed 1929) and ?Tempe a Pailla? (completed 1934) in the south of France, which are seminal examples of the spirit of the Modern movement. This book analyses and illustrates the full range of her furniture, interiors, and completed architectural projects. Reprint of the edition of 1993.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 9.25" Height: 12" Weight: 2.76 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2007
ISBN 3822844179 ISBN13 9783822844175
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More About Philippe Garner
Philippe Garner's publications include "Cecil Beaton" (1994 with David Alan Mellor), "Sixties Design" (1996), and" John Cowan Through the Light Barrier" (1999). He has acted as curator for exhibitions of photographs in museums in London, Paris and Tokyo.