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This a throwback that will talk about a Gallery that it was present in the Design Miami fair.
Galerie Pascal Cuisinier made its first appearance in Design Miami 2014 an they show there their French Collection. This collection brings together work from the biggest french designer from the 50’s.
This collection includes lighting and furniture and the designers whom are represented in this compilation is known for its quality and presentation. So the Galerie Pascal Cuisinier was a gallery that will not just pass by too we must certainly would stare at it.
French Collection was and is traveling internationally to get collectors to know the period of 1951-1961. Pascal Cuisinier knows that there is a market for this period of design and that is the reason he has a big network of buyers and they are the biggest collectors of furniture in the whole world.
This a podium to the french art and specifically from that period of time and it has characteristic straight and elegant lines, beautiful silhouettes and they are always on trend, we are talking about timeless pieces.
Some of the pieces that this gallery present at the Design Miami 2014 had their first opportunity facing the American public there.
This designs are very important because they are truly rare. Their was only 50 editions, more or less, of the productions of that particular pieces. It gives it a vintage and retro staple.
Galerie Pascal Cuisinier has the mission of promoting the designers such as: Pierre Guariche, Joseph-André Motte, Antoine Philippon or Jacqueline Lecoq. And wants to really wants conquer new publics for this kind of elegant, functional and technically innovative design.
There was no movement created for this kind of artists that made this singular and similar pieces but all of this designers studied at the sames schools from Arts Decoratifs in Paris to Camondo school. They just got inspired by their teachers and absorbed all that knowledge and then created awesome forms of design.