Starting in the early 1980s, Pierre Paulin took the risk of re-evaluating his practice, opting for an artisanal approach that constituted a complete break with his more industrial work hitherto. In close collaboration with the workshops of the Mobilier National, models of great technical complexity would be born.
About Paulin Paulin Paulin/Mobilier National
Expertise/ Rare works of Pierre Paulin
As a supporter of crafts and creation since the 17th century, Mobilier National’s mission is to ensure the preservation and restoration of its unique collections, to perpetuate and pass down exceptional craftsmanship. As a major heritage site, the institution is also an important actor of contemporary creation and the promotion of French decorative arts. Mobilier national owns a collection of tens of thousands of furniture pieces and objects meant to furnish and decorate the official buildings of the Republic in France and abroad. More than three hundred and forty women and men work daily to maintain, practice or promote the institution's excellent know-how, in Paris and throughout France. Paulin, Paulin, Paulin is a family business that circulates, develops and preserves the works of Pierre Paulin. It aims to offer a heightened panorama of the designer’s oeuvre to bring to light the amazing modernity of a creator who was constantly researching new concepts and ideas. Paulin, Paulin, Paulin acts as a liaison, clarifying and accompanying the proposals and contributing valuable precision and contacts.