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Galerie Meubles et Lumières

Pierre Guariche

Double-counterweight floor lamp, 1951

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Pierre Guariche

Designer

Probably one of the best known French designers thanks to his range of lights for Pierre Disderot. He was taught by René Gabriel at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs and, after graduating in 1949, worked with Marcel Gascoin at his ARHEC agency. He took part in the “La Cité Modèle” exhibition in 1954, where he presented his first chairs. He designed models for Airborne, Charron, Galerie MAI, Les Huchers Minvielle, Meubles TV and Steiner. He opened his agency in 1952, then founded ARP with Joseph-André Motte and Michel Mortier (1954 – 1957) to enter the Centre Technique du Bois competition in 1955. A talented interior designer, he was awarded major projects which led to the dissolution of ARP in 1957. He was contracted many times by Mobilier National.

Currently Exhibiting at DESIGN MIAMI.BASEL 2024 Brass and lacquered metal. Model G23 Disderot edition. France, c. 1951.

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