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Michel Mortier

Low table TG100


Description/

Edition MF55 / Producer Dassas – 1957
Glass and walnut

Good original condition, new varnish


Michel Mortier

designer

Michel Mortier initially wanted to be an architect and studied under René Gabriel, Etienne Henri Martin and Louis Sognot at the Institut des Arts Appliqués. In 1944, Mortier was taken on by Etienne Henri Martin at the Studium des Magasins du Louvre. Head of Marcel Gascoin's design office from 1949 to 1953, he became a member of the ARP (1954 to 1957) and then took took over the creative direction of the boutique La Maison Français 55. He designed many models of chairs for Steiner and lights for Disderot and Verre Lumière before opening his own agency "Habitation Esthétique Industrielle Mobilier" in 1959. In the 1970s, he received his architect's degree from the Regional Council of Ile de France and designed several beautiful homes. He also taught at the Ecole Camondo and ENSAD.

  • Dimension/

    70.0 x 19.0 x 140.0 cm (27.6 x 7.5 x 55.1 in)

  • Ships from/

    France


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