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Pierre Paulin

Sofa 118, 1953

Elm, rosewood, metal, foam and fabric
16 1/2 × 76 4/5 × 31 1/2 in
42 × 195 × 80 cm
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Meubles TV edition
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Courtesy Galerie Pascal Cuisinier
Pierre Paulin
French, 1927–2009
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Mushrooms, oysters, tongues, and tulips are some of the iconic shapes French designer Pierre Paulin …

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Mushrooms, oysters, tongues, and tulips are some of the iconic shapes French designer Pierre Paulin was best known for creating. Having trained under Parisian designer Marcel Gascion, Paulin was influenced by the Scandinavian aesthetic as well as American pre-fabricated designs by Charles and Ray Eames and Florence …

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About the work
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Meubles TV edition
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Courtesy Galerie Pascal Cuisinier
Pierre Paulin
French, 1927–2009
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Mushrooms, oysters, tongues, and tulips are some of the iconic shapes French designer Pierre Paulin …

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Mushrooms, oysters, tongues, and tulips are some of the iconic shapes French designer Pierre Paulin was best known for creating. Having trained under Parisian designer Marcel Gascion, Paulin was influenced by the Scandinavian aesthetic as well as American pre-fabricated designs by Charles and Ray Eames and Florence …

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Pierre Paulin

Sofa 118, 1953

Elm, rosewood, metal, foam and fabric
16 1/2 × 76 4/5 × 31 1/2 in
42 × 195 × 80 cm
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