French Design from the 60s and 70s


Daniella Ohad is a NY-based design historian who we met briefly at Design Miami last December. She graciously included us on a tour she was giving to some of her students that highlighted her favorite design pieces at the fair. She teaches a course each year on Collecting Design at the NY School of Interior Design.  This fall she has added a session about French design of the 60s and 70s, which will focus on collecting furniture by Gabriella Crespi, Maria Pergay, Pierre Paulin, and Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne. We have written several posts on the work of these designers and encourage you to explore them (links below) and learn about them.  And check out Daniella’s class!

Artecase links to French designer’s work form the 60s and 70s:

Image courtesy of Wright Auction

We hope you like this post and encourage you to join our mailing here: to have collectible design updates delivered to your in-box each Tues and Thurs.

Join the World of Artecase!
Looking for art and design inspiration for your interiors?

Join our mailing list to receive our blog posts and regular art and design updates from Paris and beyond!

Collecting Design Begins in Paris. Come Find your Inspiration!

Comments are closed.