A smartly designed and beautifully illustrated look at the life and work of an elusive and influential designer and architect
Eileen Gray (1878–1976) was a versatile designer and architect who navigated numerous literary and artistic circles over the course of her life. This handsome volume chronicles Gray’s career as a designer, architect, painter, and photographer. The book’s essays, featuring copious new research, offer in-depth analysis of more than 50 individual designs and architectural projects, accompanied by both period and new photographs.
- Ed. Cloé Pitiot, Nina Stritzzler-Levine
- Bard Graduate Center, Centre Pompidou, National Museum of Ireland
- Language English
- Format26 x 21 cm