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1958-59 Multifunctional Furniture, TV, Record Player and Bar
Designed by Antoine Philippon with Jacqueline Lecoq, this prototype won first place in the contest Formica lors du Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1959. It’s now located at the Museé des Artes Decoratifs in Paris.
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1958-59 Multifunctional Furniture, TV, Record Player and Bar

Designed by Antoine Philippon with Jacqueline Lecoq, this prototype won first place in the contest Formica lors du Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1959. It’s now located at the Museé des Artes Decoratifs in Paris.

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