Whether associated with Art Deco, modernism or a return to regionalism, over her 50-year design career Eileen Gray developed a new, intimate form of architecture...
Through her projects, and with great independence with regard to her contemporaries and the critics, she anticipated the eternal movement of sensitivities, optimizing the relation between space and furniture, defying conventions and uses, and advocating a return to emotion.
From her lacquer interior designs for Madame Mathieu Lévy to the villa E 1027, modernist masterpiece conceived with Jean Badovici, by way of Tempe a Pailla, her home, a “room of one’s own,” she allowed herself unprecedented creative license, reinventing a new art of living at every stage of design, celebrating the secret relations between people and their environment by blending different modes of expression. Irish born in 1878, Eileen Gray was one of the most emblematic figures of the Art Deco and Modernist movements.
Edited by Cloé Pitiot.
Authors : Renaud Barrès, Tim Benton and Cloé Pitiot
- 15,00 €
- Language(s): English, French
- Nombre de pages: 64
- Couleur(s): quadri et two-colours - 53 illustrations
- Type de reliure: Hard cover
- Dimensions: 1 × 24 × 32 cm
- Poids: 550 g
- Partenaire: Cap Moderne and Editions du Centre Pompidou within the framework of the 40th anniversairy of the Centre Pompidou