Eileen Gray opened her own gallery, Jean Desert on Rue du Fauborg Saint Honore, France in 1922 and closed in1930. I am curious to why Eileen Gray closed her gallery. I wonder why she didn't have someone run it for her while she focused on her career as an architect.
These are called Occasional Tables. I do not like how Eileen designed these tables because the steel frame sticking out of the top of the table looks unpleasing and it also takes up space on the surface.
This is a living room designed by Eileen Gray in Roquebrune, France. In the picture there is a chair called the Bibendum. It is an upholstered chair with a steel base and comes in leather or fabric material. This chair was inspired by the Bibendum from Michelin tires.
This is a famous chair designed by Eileen Gray. It is called the Transat chair and the framing of the chair comes in beechwood or black lacquered. It is made with leather, haired hide or linen. You can purchase it at Aram Designs in the UK.
Somber walk on gorgeous day Visitors walk over the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin on Monday. Designed by US architect Peter Eisenman, the memorial features thousands of concrete slabs of varying heights.