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1948-49 Tripod Chair for Rougier | Design: Joseph André Motte (1925–2013) | France | Oak, Wicker, Enameled Steel, & Rattan

Joseph André Motte was a French designer who emerged after World War II in the “new” school of French design whose mission was to refurnish French homes in a resolutely contemporary style. As a celebrated designer of his time, he was very prolific and used all the latest materials for his work. His commissions include Orly and Roissy airports, the Musée du Louvre, and the Préfecture du Val d’Oise. - Via: 1 | 2

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