2 edition of Eileen Gray, 1879-1976 found in the catalog.
Eileen Gray, 1879-1976
|Series||Architecture series : bibliography - Vance Bibliographies -- A-412|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. ;|
ARMCHAIR ca. Eileen GRAY (British, ) Chrome-plated tubular steel with white cotton fabric. Toni Walker. Eileen Gray (9 Aug – 31 Oct ) To mark the screening of the RTE documentary on Eileen Gray next Tuesday and the publication of an important new book on Gray’s Life and work by design historian Jennifer Gough, we. Eileen Gray Eileen Gray () was born at Brownswood House, near Enniscorthy, but settled in Paris to become a renowned Designer and Architect. In the early s, she flew on the first airmail service in America from New Mexico to Acapulco. She is now regarded as one of the most important Furniture Designers and Architects.
Eileen Gray (). Sheet of rough sketches of tables, reclining chairs and shelf units Museum Number E The Bodum Eileen French Press Coffee Maker was developed to honor not only the great Irish designer Eileen Gray (), but also all of the coffee connoisseurs who frequent the bistros and cafes of Paris - Gray's adopted city. It's specifically designed to withstand the /5().
Eileen Gray Transat. Armchair with frame in lacquered wood or transparent lacquered birch marine plywood. Seat and back upholstered and covered in leather. Eileen Gray (). Sheet of rough sketches of tables, chairs and shelf units Museum Number E
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Feb 10, - Explore pbidal's board "Eileen Gray (_)" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Eileen gray, Furniture design and Art deco furniture. Furniture designer and architect Eileen Gray died nearly 40 years ago but is back 1879-1976 book us in a big way: a new book, film and TV special are all devoted to the life and work of the Irish.
Eileen Gray, by Lamia Doumato (Book) Eileen Gray, L'Etoile de mer, Le Corbusier: trois aventures en Méditerranée by Le Corbusier This book argues that Eileen Gray's unusual architecture and design - as well as its history of abuse and neglect - emerged from her involvement with cultures of sapphic modernism.
Add tags for "Eileen Gray: Designer ; exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Victoria and Albert Museum". Be the first. Biography. Born in Bucharest, Romania, Jean Badovici studied architecture in Paris after World War prosportsfandom.com he edited the important French magazine for avantgarde architecture L'Architecture prosportsfandom.comrmore, he designed two buildings (residential houses for himself) in Vézelay () 1879-1976 book in Paris near Pont de Sèvres ().
In Roquebrune-Cap-Martin he assisted Eileen Gray - they were. Her career started out slow, but Eileen Gray (–) was a cult figure among those who knew her work.
Her first client was Jacques Doucet—he dressed Sarah Bernhardt and was himself beloved by Proust—who wanted to get rid of his collection of 18th-century art and furniture and make his apartment, and his life, more modern.
Eileen Gray: Her Work and her World - Irish Book Awards Shortlist - Awards - Books Dr Jennifer Goff's excellent book on Eileen Gray The renowned and highly influential architect, furniture-maker, interior designer and photographer Eileen Gray was born in Ireland and remained throughout her life an Irishwoman at heart.
Eileen Gray's next major contribution to design was in architecture. Encouraged by Le Corbusier and J.J.P Oud, she designed two houses in the Alpes Maritimes, one at Roquebrune which was built fromand the other at Castellar, built from Resources by Eileen Gray (18) Eileen Gray: design and architecture, / Philippe Garner Garner, Philippe [ Book: ].
Nov 10, - Eileen Gray ( – ) was an Irish architect and furniture designer and a pioneer of the Modern Movement in architecture. She was associated with many notable European artists of her era, including Kathleen Scott, Adrienne Gorska, Le Corbusier, and Jean Badovici, with whom she was romantically involved.
Her most famous work is the house known as E in Roquebrune-Cap. Each issue of L’Architecture Vivante routinely presented a number of architects and their works, but a few issues were devoted to a single designer (Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and, inEileen Gray and her home E).
Reeditions L’Architecture Vivante. The issue concerning Eileen Gray / EEditor-in-chief: Jean Badovici. Eileen Gray. In a culture for a long time dominated by words and music, artists and designers were once rare things in Ireland.
Eileen Gray was an even rarer thing: a designer in the modernist European style, a stylist whose influence is only now being appreciated. Feb 1, - EILEEN GRAY () A BRICK SCREEN DESIGNEDEXECUTED Mar 31, · Eileen Gray () Tapis rectangulaire, vers En laine au point noué, à motifs géométriques bleu nuit et noirs sur un fond chiné dans des tons.
Eileen Gray Menton Table - Table can be pivoted to two different heights. Frame of chromium-plated steel tubing. Table-top: linoleum surface, black on one side and. Eileen Gray E Adjustable Height Table. Adjustable height cocktail table with tubular polished chrome frame and glass top. Welded and polished end caps.
Eileen Gray [Irish Art Deco Designer, ] Guide to pictures of works by Eileen Gray in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. Eileen Gray art links This is an unbelievable resource, for research and especially for previewing a book when making the decision to buy. Booko search results for Eileen Gray.
EILEEN GRAY ARCHITECTURE DESIGN by LOYE, B. Format: Book: ISBN: Publisher: ANALEPH, J.P. VIGUIER, PARIS: Published: Search Rank: La Villa E, le Cabanon et les Unites de Camping, l'Étoile de Mer, le. Feb 09, · These are the sources and citations used to research Eileen Gray.
This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Sunday, February 8, Feb 22, · This screen was made by Eileen Gray around and was in her apartment on Rue Bonaparte in Paris until her death in Irish born Gray moved to Paris in where she spent most of her life as an designer.
Eileen Gray: Designer – (London: Debretts, ), p. 28 image and front cover image. No book jacket, or homepage.
Mar 24, · Soon in Paris: This Transat Lounge Chair by Eileen Gray () Estimate â‚¬, – â‚¬, ($, – $1,) A black-lacquered wood ‘Transat’ lounge chair, with nickelled steel fittings, the hinged padded back and seat with blue-green fabric upholstery, by Eileen Gray, for Jean Badovici, circa This chair – among the most emblematic of Miss.work of the British modern designer Eileen Gray () will be on view in the first-floor galleries of The Museum of Modern Art, February 7 through April 1, Directed by J.
Stewart Johnson, Curator of Design, EILEEN GRAY: DESIGNER will present a revealing retrospective of this now legendary.Eileen Gray Roattino floor lamp Model available on Turbo Squid, the world's leading provider of digital models for visualization, films, television, and games.
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