Description

Galerie Patrick Seguin

Jean Prouvé’s story is closely tied with that of Nancy. In 1954, he built his family home there, creating an excellent example of the architect-designer’s signature technical innovations and ingenious adaptations. Mounted in only three weekends, the Nancy house is one of Prouvé’s most personal and environmentally respectful creations. In 1984, when Prouvé passed away, the building was listed as a Historic Monument on the request of the then Minister of Culture Jack Lang.




DESIGNER/

Jean Prouvé

DATE/

2019

DIMENSIONS/

20.3 x 1.5 x 24.6 cm

STYLE/

Historic

HERITAGE/

France

SHIPS FROM/

Paris

$35

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